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Anyone around to glance over these thyroid results, please?

(4 Posts)
EssentialHummus Tue 10-Jan-17 10:40:14

I'm attaching a photo. The results both seem to be within the stated ranges - why does it say "Normal - No" and "Action"? (Or is it "Normal" and "No action?")

For context, this was a pre-pregnancy benchmarking test. I've since become pregnant and upped my dose by myself while waiting for a midwifery referral.

LoonvanBoon Tue 10-Jan-17 11:35:19

It's normal & no action.

EssentialHummus Tue 10-Jan-17 12:20:19

Thank you - that makes more sense.

FeralBeryl Tue 10-Jan-17 12:22:49

Both absolutely fine unless you develop any symptoms. It's completely normal to test in pregnancy as if your levels are normal but on the lower aspect, they will sometimes medicate you anyway.

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