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what does high thyroid do?

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asked Jun 25, 2013 in Health Topics by ajhudmom8 Newbie (120 points)
   

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High thyroid levels means that at the time the levels were assessed, the thyroid was producing too much thyroxine (T4) and/or triiodothyronine (T3), the two hormones that constitute the "thyroid hormone." High thyroid levels is indicative of an underlying health condition that results in the gland being overstimulated


 
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