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      Actually, I have almost NO TSH…my level two days ago was < o.o1 , I had my first lipid profile 10 years ago. ( offered free where I work ). This was before children, etc. It was excellent then.
      The last one was in January ( again, we get yearly free lipid profiles at my work ). My profile is still excellent, it may be a little tiny bit better ( a point here or there ) but almost unchanged from my first profile ten years ago. Incidently, remember in my last post I referred to my cardiologist friend to whom I showed my lab results? I pointedly asked him that day if my hyperthroidism would affect my lab results. He said not THAT much. Lin

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        When you talk to your doctor, please be sure and ask if your TSH is in the higher part of the normal range. Very often people find their cholesterol levels lower significantly when their TSH is mid to low normal, and your doctor may or may not be aware of this.

        Dianne W
        NGDF Asst. Online FAcilitator

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