Hoping for some advice, my husband (baby's dad) was one of the first baby's in Birmingham to be diagnosed via the heel prick test (1982). He was found to has no thyroid and has been on medication since birth. Our son was tested at 2 wks old and we have been told all levels are normal except the T3 which is elevated. We have chased the horputal for advice on what this means and to get the results in writing to us and our GP. The hospital called yesterday to say consultant was still looking at it, but my GP can get results off system. My GP can but cannot interpret the results to know what to do next and if treatment is required. Can anyone advise if these results would warrant treatment?
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