I had a doctor's appointment with an MD/naturopath, who did a zillion tests on me for everything. Thyroid-wise, my TSH was .950 (although I had one done for another doctor that cameback at .413), my Free T's, etc. all came back within the normal range...I have APO antibodies of 46....and he is telling me I have Hashi's. Those antibodies were tested about two months ago and were 89, so they have cut in half. In your opinion, would you say this is Hashi's? My TSH has steadily been going down, not up towards hypothyroidism. I know another doctor who says everyone has some antibodies, it's a matter of how many. I could really use some advice here, because I'm not sure this doc is correct. Thanks.Beckeroo
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