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My girlfriend missed her periods for almost 4 months and she is having irregular periods yesterday she went to a doctor about the missing periods and couple of blood tests were done and i got those results. Does these reports ring any bells of pregnancy or could this be some other problem with her periods. Images attached below.

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1194973 tn?1385503904
Did she have her hCG tested? That would tell if she's pregnant or not. I didn't see that on any of these papers you posted.
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Nope I guess. I think the doc checked for a hormone imbalance or something but anyways her TSH is kida high in the test this could also delay periods right?
1194973 tn?1385503904
It's on the higher end and can indeed cause abnormal cycles. Generally anything over 4 is seen to be hypothyroidism, but since her T4 levels came back within a correct range I think it would be seen as mild hypothyroidism. Have they said anything that they're planning to do or talked about it at all?
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Yap I think so and I also heard that high TSH got nothing to do with pregnancy and if pregnant its suppose to be in normal range  
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Plus as i read the blood hemoglobin and PCV levels should go up in case of pregnancy right?
1194973 tn?1385503904
TSH can be high even with pregnancy as well (many women with Thyroid issues have to take things to control it as it can be bad during pregnancy)

I wouldn't look too much into the other numbers and seeing if they might mean pregnancy. There's little to no point. Only a pregnancy test can tell you anything, so she needs to have a beta blood draw done to check her hCG levels. You can speculate until you turn blue in the face and in the end it's only going to give you speculation, and not answers.
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yap :) have to ask her to do hCG test. thank you.
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