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Do I have Hashimoto's? I keep getting an indecisive decision from doctors


Right Lobe: 5.2 x 1.6 x 1.5 cm, volume 6 cc
Left Lobe: 4.1 x 1.6 x 1.3 cm, volume 4 cc
Isthmus: 0.3 cm
Total volume: 10 cc

Normal size thyroid gland with right lobe larger than left. Mild heterogeneous echotexture throughout the gland compatible with postinflammatory change. No concerning nodules in the left lobe or isthmus. Heterogeneous solid nodule in right upper pole measuring 1.0 x 0.7 x 0.7 cm without vascularity is statistically benign.

Blood Test Results:

TSH: 1.61 mU/L             (normal range)
Free T3: 5.2 pmol/L       (normal range)
Free T4: 16.2 pmol/L      (normal range)
TPO: 237 kU/L in June and this month its 248 kU/L. I am really worried about this, it increased. How can I decrease the TPO in my body.

I also don't have any symptoms of hypo or hyperthyroidism.

Thanks everyone!
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