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Old 12-06-2004, 09:22 AM   #1
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Question Thyroid Levels-Different tests??

I had some testing done last year and this year on my thyroid. In my blood, my levels are on the lower end of normal, but in the AAL 24 hour urine my T3 And T4 are over TWO TIMES the top reference number. Does anyone know why this might be? Docs don't seem to know. I have symptoms of both hypo and hyper.

Also my DHEA in saliva and urine is over 3 TIMES the top of the reference range, but in blood DHEA-S is normal. Now on this one I think there is a difference between DHEA and DHEA-S, so maybe that is the difference there...?? Any ideas? Thanks for your input

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