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What are normal TSH levels?

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  • Posted By: wynterthyme
  • November 12, 2008
  • 07:26 PM

I'm new to this.. I'll be having my thyroid removed soon due to papillary cancer... I'm worried I won't be the same afterwards.. What are normal TSH levels.. what does that even stand for? Also, I see people mentioning the T3 and T4 tests.. what is normal for those tests?

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  • It depends on what lab you are using, but usually TSH in normal ppl is around 1 FT3 about 3-4 and FT4 about 12-14. Kiera
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    • November 12, 2008
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