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    Old 03-16-2006, 09:55 AM   #1
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    Lab Results..are these "normal"

    Here are my lab results. Dr Says these are normal and ok. What do you guys think?

    T3 Uptake 29.1 ( 19.8 -33.4)
    T4 8.6 ( 5.0 -14.0 )
    TSH 1.30 ( 0.20-5.00)
    FTI 2.5 ( 1.7-3.7)

    And those other things that I dont know about are
    Neutro Auto 81.1 ( 42.2 -75.2)
    Lymph Auto 14.0 ( 20.5-51.1)
    Abs Neutro 7.2 ( 1.4 -6.5 )

    I was also recently Diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Dont know if that matters or not

    Thanks guys


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