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hi all some advice please 

latest bloods 

TSH 2.38 range. 0.30-4.50

TB11 0.6  range 0.1

FT3. 4.7  range 3.1-6.8

FT4 20.3. Range 10-22 

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    I think you result looks ok.

    What where you last results? Are you on any medications? Any symptoms?

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      Don't forget this: stress and anxiety are the trigger of GD antibody and hence could make relapse of the hyper disorder. Try to dismiss stress and call off anxiety as you can.

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      Hi mike I know but I’m a right stress head I’m back on antidepressants but just feel generally unwell my body aches I’ve already relapsed 3 times in 7 years don’t understand blood levels x
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     TBII stands for Thyrotropin Binding Inhibitory Immunoglobulins. These antibodies inhibit the binding of TSH to the TSH receptors.

    Most Graves patients have a mixture of TSH receptor antibodies. The antibodies that can cause hyperthyroidism are called TSI (Thyroid Stimulating Immunoglobulins). These mimic the action of TSH by binding to the TSH receptor and signaling a request to increase the thyroid hormone output. 

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      Hi danR so do you think my antibodies are kicking off again just can’t understand all these levels I’ve already relapsed 3 times  in 7 years many thanks x
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      Your TBIIs are above range. In itself that is not too bad as it pushes the thyroid towards hypothyroidism. 
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