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Thyroid Diseases

What is a normal TSH level?

07/06/2010

Question:

I recently read that optimal thyroid function is now recommended to be between .5 and 3.0. Is this generally accepted to be the standard and would a 3.9 TSH, a T4 of 9, Calcium of 9.7 and PTH of 33 be any cause for concern?

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