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Home thyroid test kits and direct-to-consumer lab services let you skip the doctor and check your hormone levels yourself. Find out when it make sense--and why you still need your M.D.
Sometimes, your TSH, and even your T3 and T4 tests don’t always give the full picture. If your tests come back “normal,” and you still feel like something is off, you may want to ask your doctor to consider these tests as well.
Conventional endocrinologists don’t test for reverse T3 (RT3), but it can play an important part in your thyroid function, and can be set off by something as simple as stress.
Thyroid disease and diabetes can go hand in hand, so it’s important to understand the connection between these two endocrine conditions.
These are the thyroid bloodwork results that are important to track, and tips for how to keep it all organized.
Learn more about blood tests for thyroid disease, and about hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism.
Hypothyroidism now appears to be one of the most common complications of diabetes. Fortunately, it is one of easiest conditions to manage.