Ok so this mornign i had my blood tests done for thyroid - however for 2 years my daughter has been fainting on and off ( not regulally but now and then) she is nearly 10 years old. We went back for a follow up appointment today and they said her tsh levels were slightly raised - i laffed because obviously i had the tests myself this morning - i asked him wat the level was for her and he said hers was 10.1 and the normal range was between 3.5 and 6 he said so its only slightly raised - to me 10.1 is not slightly raised but what do i know ? He said her actualy thyroid gland results were fine - i presume he meant the t4 and t3 ? ( i dont know what im talking abotu as im only looking into this myself) he said not to worry unless the next text comes back the same ?? what do you people think about this beens as u all know a dam sight more than i do lol xx
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