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Thyroid antibodies would raise occasionally without a specific cause. But it need periodic monitoring every three months with thyroid function tests, and may lead to hypothyroidism if raised persistently.
Your symptoms can be due to;
1) Side effects of your medications.
2) Deficiency disorders and as you mentioned anemia panel, B 12 should be done.
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Thyroglobulin antibody is a response of our body immunity. It is under the interplay of immune system and autonomic nervous system. So bringing down the level by our efforts is difficult and there are no known definite measures. Keeping the TSH levels in the normal range is one of them. Following measures may be able to bring it down further;
1) Healthy life style.
2) Less consumption of alcohol.
3) No smoking.
4) Lot of fibers in diet in the form of fruits and vegetables.
9) Good physical activity.
10) Stress free life
11) Deep breathing exercises.
12) Avoid read meat.
13) Omega 3; Fish oil capsule and flaxseed oil capsule.
14) Ginkgo Biloba
15) Zinc 30 mg.
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