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DancingFerret

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Can't really find the numbers or range I'm looking for online. My labs have gotten a bit worse since last time I had them done, and i was wondering if anyone knew the general range for t4 and t3 in people who have graves disease. I can find the numbers for like the average individual, but not those of people with graves. Anyone have some insight? (Trying to figure out just how bad my levels are, but i dont have anything to compare them to) Thanks!

    • Saoirse

      880d

      I think they’re mostly compared to normal people, and then the goal with medication is to get you into that normal range. For example, when I was diagnosed at 18 my T4 was at a .002 and my T3 was at a 4. When I was put on medication for the first time, my levels went to 3 (T4) and a 50 (T3) and I felt on top of the world. I suppose the best thing to do is ask an endocrinologist what is best for you!

    • Costanza

      889d

      T4 in adults normally ranges from 5 to 12. So in graves it would probably be above those levels. Iv'e never heard of normal high levels for graves patients tbh

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