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      This a grave’s specific antibody. It sometimes can be out of range but still not affecting you because of meds. This is typically normal. When it decreases, it sometimes sybolizes that the grave’s may have gone into remission, or the meds have reduced the antibodies. Other wise I wouldn’t be to concerned.

      If it is TSH receptor AB then it probably is TSab, or Thyroid Stimulating AntiBody, hence the acronym, but if it is TSG receptor AB, then it is probably Thyroid Stimulating Globulin AnitBody.

      Hope this helps,


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        Just got my blood work back via mail, don’t understand it, called my
        physican he will get back to me.

        T3 uptake normal 35.9 for this lab
        TSH 3rd generation normal 2.30 for this lab
        TSH Receptor AB reference range should be for this lab 0.00-10.0
        mine was 18.3 abnormal
        T4(as thyroxine) normal 6.60 normal for this lab
        fee t4 calucalted normal 2.39 for this lab

        the TSG receptor AB what does that mean?

        I feel fine otherwise im taking my meds.

        Please let me know what that stands for.



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