Many people are unaware of their significant thyroid-related issues simply because lab tests have given them a clean bill of health. You can have seemingly normal levels of thyroid hormones in your blood, even though your thyroid gland is practically “killing” itself trying to make them. This is because making thyroid hormones is one of the most important things your body does to ensure survival. It is an important reason why lab tests for thyroid hormone blood levels often miss important thyroid gland distress. It can be quite frustrating for a person when their many thyroid-related symptoms do not seem to jibe with “normal” results on thyroid lab tests.
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