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Thyroid Test

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Markers Measured

  • TSH

  •  TPO

  •  Free T3

  •  Free T4

Thyroid Test

  • Tests levels of Free T3, Free T4, TSH, and TPO within your body to accurately indicate whether you may have an underactive or overactive thyroid.
  • Using a blood-spot test, taken simply at home, the test measures key hormones related to thyroid health.
  • We provide easy-to-follow directions with the test kit allowing you to take your own sample conveniently on your own time. No lab visits, no appointments.
  • Please note that it is not possible to test Reverse T3 with current at-home collection technology.
  • We ship the test directly to you! Simply complete, place your kit in the shipping slip, and send it on to our labs.
  • Learn key information about your thyroid health with our beautiful, easy to follow online results dashboard.
  • Itemized receipts available upon request that you can easily submit for insurance reimbursement.
  • Access and share your results with anyone via our secure online portal.
  • Get highly accurate results from some of the nation's most experienced labs.
  • Your results are independently validated by a physician in your state to ensure validity and reliability.
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Thyroid Test

Who should take this test?

Though a part of the body that many people know little about, the thyroid plays a major part in daily wellness.

Both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism -- too much thyroid activity and too little thyroid activity, respectively -- are cause for concern. Because your thyroid controls much of your metabolism, which plays a vital role in your overall health, it’s important to monitor thyroid function, as approximately ten percent of society has thyroid dysfunction, with almost half of those undiagnosed. That’s almost fifteen million people who have thyroid problems that affects their metabolism and are unaware.

Anybody can experience thyroid issues but some people are more susceptible than others:

  • Women (up to 10 times more likely to have thyroid disorder)
  • People with a family history of thyroid issues
  • Adults aged 50+
  • Individuals with Type 1 Diabetes
  • Women who have been pregnant within the past 6 months
  • Those with iodine exposure or deficiency
  • Smokers
  • People who have been exposed to radiation therapy, especially around the neck

There are many possible symptoms you may notice if you have hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism:

Common signs of hypothyroidism

If your thyroid is under-producing, you may experience ongoing symptoms including:

  • Sluggishness & Fatigue
  • Weight Gain
  • Muscle Weakness, Aches, Tenderness
  • Depression
  • Cold Sensitivity
  • Mental Fogginess
  • Irregular or Heavier Than Normal Periods
  • Constipation
  • Dry Skin & Thinning Hair
  • High Blood Sugar
  • High Cholesterol

Common signs of hyperthyroidism:

If your thyroid is overactive you may experience symptoms like:

  • Unexpected or Unusual Weight Loss
  • Rapid Heartbeat
  • Increased Appetite
  • Nervousness & Anxiousness
  • Shaking or Trembling
  • Frequent Sweating
  • Heat Sensitivity
  • More Frequent Bowel Movements
  • Swelling in the Neck from Enlarged Thyroid
  • Sleep Difficulty

What will my results tell me?

Working with certified and experienced labs, our thyroid panel uses a small blood sample to accurately measure various thyroid-specific hormones and compare those levels to common ranges for those markers.

The at-home thyroid test measures Free T4, Free T3, TSH, and TPO from a small blood spot sample taken with your kit.

TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) controls thyroid function in its production of active thyroid hormones, Free T4, and Free T3, which together control the rate at which your body uses energy. The test also measures TPO antibodies, which are antibodies that your body may make that can suppress thyroid function. By measuring your levels of each, you can learn about whether your thyroid may be over or under-functioning.

What guidance will I get along with my results?

EverlyWell’s results will provide detailed information of what a high or low level of TPO, Free T4, Free T3, or TSH means for your health.

The at home thyroid blood test is a convenient starting point for determining whether you may have a thyroid condition and will give you indication of what you should do next.

Symptoms related to Irregular Thyroid

You may experience some of the following symptoms if you have a Irregular Thyroid

  • Sluggishness & Fatigue
  • Weight Gain
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Aches
  • Tenderness
  • Depression
  • Cold Sensitivity
  • Mental Fogginess
  • Irregular or Heavier Than Normal Periods
  • Constipation
  • Dry Skin & Thinning Hair
  • Unexpected or Unusual Weight Loss
  • Rapid Heartbeat
  • Increased Appetite
  • Nervousness & Anxiousness
  • Shaking or Trembling
  • Frequent Sweating
  • Heat Sensitivity
  • More Frequent Bowel Movements
  • Swelling in the Neck from Enlarged Thyroid
  • Sleep Difficulty

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