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I'm sorry no one has responded to you for so long. What precisely is your question?
Also, can you tell me what you mean by "c b 11 elevated?"
Also, what does this mean "I found the on the pr portal."
This is just an information request, not an answer, since we can't tell what the question is.
Vitamin B12 doesn't accumulate to toxic levels in the body and small elevations are nothing to be concerned about. Very, very high levels can indicate kidney disease, liver disease or a blood problem called polycythemia vera. However, all of these would show many numbers out of range on a blood test.
You didn't give the numbers for your out of range complete blood count (CBC) results and the lab reference ranges. Small differences rarely mean anything. It is large variations from the lab reference ranges that are important to look at.
Thinning hair can be a symptom of both too little and too much thyroid hormone. It can also be a sign of aging. Most women will notice thinning hair by the time of menopause.
You can't tell much from just TSH level. One would also need at least a free T4 to determine anything. All by itself your TSH is a little on the low side and may indicate that you need a lower dose of Synthroid. High levels of TSH mean underactive thyroid while extremely low levels mean there is too much thyroid hormone. Most endocrinologists try to keep TSH between 0.3 and 3.0.
Please let me know if you have questions.