A TSH, or thyroid-stimulating hormone, level of 100 is very high, and it rests well above the normal range of 0.4 to 4.2 microunits per milliliter for healthy adults. A level of 100 even greatly surpasses expected TSH le... More »

The normal range for T3 is 100 to 200 nanograms per deciliter, and the normal range for T4 is 4.5 to 11.2 micrograms per deciliter, states MedlinePlus. The normal range for TSH is 0.4 to 4.2 microunits per milliliter in ... More »

Higher-than-normal T3 levels indicate an overactive thyroid, liver disease, toxic nodular goiter, thyroid medications, supplement consumption, pregnancy or birth control pill usage, whereas lower-than-normal levels mean ... More »

The normal TSH, or thyroid-stimulating hormone, level in the blood is 0.4 to 4.2 microunits per milliliter, according to WebMD. In children, the normal TSH level is 0.7 to 6.4 microunits per milliliter. For newborns, a n... More »

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According to WebMD, normal levels of TSH, or thyroid-stimulating hormone, are between 0.4 and 4.2 microunits per milliliter for adults, between 0.7 and 6.4 for children and between 1 and 39 for newborns. Values outside t... More »

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A TSH high-sensitivity blood test is used to check the level of TSH, or thyroid-stimulating hormone, in the blood in order to diagnose or monitor problems with the thyroid gland, states WebMD. It is classified as high se... More »

A TSH, or thyroid-stimulating hormone, level of 21 is moderately dangerous, according to WebMD. Normal TSH levels for adults are between 0.4 and 4.2 microunits per milliliter, so a TSH of 21 potentially requires treatmen... More »

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