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Way High Thyroid Peroxidase Levels....hashimoto's?


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Well....I'm at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville. Found out my thyroid peroxidase antibody levels are 819!!!! They are supposed to be less than 35. I have no clue what that means. I'm wondering if it's hashimoto's??? I have POTS and dysautonomia. I have some other abnormal labwork....my cardiolipin screening was positive. Anybody know anything about this???

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Well....I'm at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville. Found out my thyroid peroxidase antibody levels are 819!!!! They are supposed to be less than 35. I have no clue what that means. I'm wondering if it's hashimoto's??? I have POTS and dysautonomia. I have some other abnormal labwork....my cardiolipin screening was positive. Anybody know anything about this???

Hi GG-

Hashimoto's or Grave's Disease http://www.ehow.com/about_5212448_high-level-thyroid-peroxidase-mean_.htm What a blessing that this was found!

If they have identified anti-cardiolipin antibodies that could be suggestive of antiphosphilipid syndrome (APS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antiphospholipid_syndrome Again, how wonderful that this was found.

You are renewing my faith in Mayo :rolleyes: Best of luck for the rest of your stay. Be sure to share what you learn.

Hugs-

Julie

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