Thyroid Profile Test in Delhi NCR

Thyroid Function Test in Delhi

Thyroid Panel-1 Total T3, T4, TSH Serum



TSH (3rd Generation)

TSH T3 T4 Interpretation
High Normal Normal Subclinical Hypothyroidism
Low Normal Normal Subclinical Hyperthyroidism
High High High Secondary Hyperthyroidism
Low High/Normal High/Normal Hyperthyroidism
Low Low/Normal Low/Normal Non Thyroidal Illness
Reference Range - Pregnancy
Pregnancy TSH T3 T4
1st Timester 0.30 - 4.50 0.81 - 1.9 6.6 - 12.4
2nd Timester 0.50 - 4.60 1.0 - 2.6 6.6 - 12.5
3rd Timester 0.80 - 5.20 1.0 - 2.6 6.6 - 12.5
Reference Range - Age Related
Age TSH T3 T4
0-1 day /.(Cord Blood) 1.0 - 17.4 0.15 - 0.75 7.4 - 13.0
2day - 4days 1.0 - 39.0 1.0 - 7.4 14.0 - 28.4
2wks - 20wks 1.7 - 9.1 1.05 - 2.45 7.2 - 15.7
5mths - 24mths 0.8 - 8.2 1.05 - 2.69 7.2 - 15.7
2yrs - 7yrs 0.7 - 5.7 0.94 - 2.41 6.0 - 14.2
8yrs - 21yrs 0.7 - 5.7 0.8 - 2.0 4.7 - 12.4
Adults ( > 21yrs ) 0.35 - 5.50 0.60 - 1.81 4.5- 10.9

Overview of Thyroid Test

Hypothyroidism is a disorder in which the thyroid gland produces insufficient amounts of specific hormones. In the early stages of hypothyroidism, there may be no visible symptoms. Untreated hypothyroidism can lead to a variety of health issues over time, including joint pain, obesity, heart disease, and infertility. If you are not sure as to where you should get a thyroid test done, rely upon DGChem Labs. It is one of the popular pathology labs and diagnostic centers in Delhi NCR.
To detect hypothyroidism, accurate thyroid function tests are available. Once you and your doctor have found the proper dose for you, synthetic thyroid hormone treatment is usually straightforward, safe, and effective.

What are the Signs to go for Thyroid Tests?

If you're feeling increasingly lethargic, have constipation, have dry skin, or weight gain, or if you've had previous thyroid issues or a goitre, your doctor may recommend testing for an iodine deficiency.

Why is Thyroid Test Done?

Thyroid tests are used by doctors to see how well your thyroid is performing and to figure out what's causing problems like hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. Thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine(T3) are thyroid hormones produced by a little butterfly-shaped gland on the front of your neck (T3). Thyroid hormones regulate how the body uses energy, affecting nearly every organ in the body, including the heart.

What Tests are Included?

Blood testing and imaging tests are two types of thyroid examinations.
Thyroid Blood Tests include the following:

  • TSH stands for thyroid-stimulating hormone and is a hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland. It is the most precise way of determining thyroid function.
  • T3 and T4 are two thyroid hormones that are measured separately.
  • Thyroid-stimulating immunoglobulin (TSI) is a hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland.
  • Antibodies to thyroid hormones are measured in an antithyroid antibody test (markers in the blood).
  • Ultrasounds, CT scans, and nuclear medicine tests are examples of Imaging Testing.

    Who Is at Risk of Thyroid Disease?

    Although everyone can develop hypothyroidism, the following factors put you at a higher risk:

    • If you are older than 60 years
    • If you have a family history of this disease
    • If you have received radiation to the upper chest or neck
    • If you have Type 1 Diabetes or any other kind of autoimmune disease
    These are some of the risks, but not limited to, for getting this disease.

    What Tests are needed in case Thyroid Nodule is Detected?

    If a nodule or lump in your neck is discovered via a physical exam or on Imaging Tests, you may have a small needle aspiration biopsy to determine if the mass is malignant or not.
    For all kinds of pathological tests in Delhi and nearby places, DGChem Labs is the reliable option available for you.

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