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I just recently had some blood work completed for various

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I just recently had some blood work completed for various hormones as well as for my thyroid and I am curious about my values.
JA: In general, how has your health been lately?
Customer: I feel as though my health has been declining. I have lately experienced fatigue daily, my hair is falling out in handfuls and my skin is drying out. Not to mention I am cold all of the time. Therefore, we thought that my thyroid may be acting up. I looked at my lab results and they are as follows: Thyroxine Free 1.13 and thyrotropin 1.19 the lab stated regular however, there was no interpretation listed as my hormone results did.
JA: Is there anything else in your medical history you would like the doctor to know?
Customer: The other values for my hormones are as follows: Follitropin 4.5, lutropin 16.2, prolactin 9.2. I am a 24yr old female, no prior pregnancies, and my husband and i have been trying for the past year to concieve. What do these levels mean?
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Mo replied 1 month ago.

Hi Dr. Ashori here, please give me a moment to reply.

Expert:  Dr. Mo replied 1 month ago.

Your thyroid levels are normal.

Your other values as far as the sex-hormones (that's what we call them in medicine), they appear normal.

Expert:  Dr. Mo replied 1 month ago.

If you have thyroid issues your symptoms would be quite drastic, so it's a possibility but with those normal thyroid values it's unlikely that the thyroid is the culprit.

Those values are normal.

Expert:  Dr. Mo replied 28 days ago.

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