Re: My daughters' tsh
I'm not all that knowledgable about a child's TSH. I do know that it tends to be a bit higher than an adult's because they are still growing. So I would think that 1.97 is ok.
You are right to request free t3 and free t4. I think I would go all the way though and request antibodies testing too. Her TSH could be within range but if there are antibodies present, she could have been in a euthyroid state (hypothyroid with normal TSH levels) at the time of her last test. Or her ft3 and/or ft4 could be too low.
And please remember that the ranges docs and labs use are extremely controvercial. Don't allow anyone to not treat your daughter solely because her TSH is within range. Obiously something is not right. If her current doctor won't investigate and treat the symptoms, find another one.
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