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can you tell me a bit more about your symptoms?
your thyroid hormone levels all look in normal levels
some people's immune system can produce antibodies which can sporatically attack the thyroid gland and cause thyroid inflammation.
your anti thyroid globulin antibodies are elevated.
this means your doctors will need to continue to watch your thyroid hormone levels carefully and they should be checked every 3-6 months to make sure your levels stay normal.
anti thyroid antibodies can sometimes cause lower or higher thyroid hormone level production from your thyroid gland.
this varies from patient to patient.
you should have other hormone levels checked including estrogen levels and FSH levels and iron levels and ferritin and vitamin D levels checked. from your blood tests it looks like your thyroid hormone levels are normal for now but should be rechecked in 3-6 months.