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T3-T4-TSH by Thyrocare is a preventive health checkup package.
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T3(Total Triiodothyronine) Test
What is a T3 test? The thyroid organ is situated in the neck, just beneath Adam’s apple. The thyroid makes hormones and controls how our body utilises vitality and our body’s affectability to different hormones.
The thyroid gland produces a hormone called triiodothyronine, known as T3. It also creates a hormone called thyroxine, known as T4. These hormones together control our body’s temperature, digestion, and pulse.
A large portion of the T3 in our body binds to a protein. The T3 that doesn’t tie to protein is called free T3 and courses unbound in the blood.
There are the following symptoms that indicate low T3 levels:
* Trouble sleeping
* Depression
* Dry skin and hair
* Tiredness and Fatigue

Why doctors perform a T3 test?

The specialist will arrange a T3 test if they speculate an issue with the thyroid. Possible thyroid disorders include:
* Hyperthyroidism
* Hypothyroidism
A thyroid issue can cause a wide variety of side effects. For instance, an individual may have mental problems, for example, uneasiness, or physical issues, for example, stoppage and menstrual abnormality.
Other potential symptoms include:
* Hair loss
* Increased heart rate
* Hand tremors
* Increased sensitivity to cold and hot

T4(Total Thyroxine) Test
What is a T4 test? Thyroxine (T4) is one of two primary hormones produced by the thyroid organ, a little butterfly-formed organ that lies level over the windpipe at the base of the throat. The other significant thyroid hormone is called triiodothyronine (T3), and together they help control the rate at which the body utilises energy. Practically the majority of the T4 (and T3) found in the blood is bound to protein. The rest is free (unbound) and is the naturally dynamic type of the hormone. This test estimates the amount of free T4 in the blood.
The majority of the hormone created by the thyroid gland is T4. This hormone is relatively inactive; however, it is changed over into the substantially more powerful T3 in the liver and different tissues.
This test may be ordered in both hyperthyroidisms and hypothyroidism.
Symptoms in hyperthyroidism:
* Weight loss
* Weakness
* Increased heart rate
* Diarrhoea

Need of Thyroxine Test
Thyroid sickness is considerably more typical in ladies and frequently happens younger than 40. It also, in general, keep running in families. A person may require a thyroxine test if his or her relative has ever had thyroid ailment or if an individual has chances of having excessively thyroid hormone in the blood, a condition called hyperthyroidism, or side effects of having too minimal thyroid hormone, a condition called hypothyroidism.

No specific preparation is required before this test.

TSH(Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Test
TSH represents Thyroid Stimulating Hormone. A thyroid stimulating hormone test is a blood test that evaluates the TS hormone. The thyroid is a little, butterfly-formed organ situated close to the throat. The thyroid makes hormones that direct how our body utilises energy. It additionally plays a vital job in controlling our weight, body temperature, muscle quality, and even our state of mind. TSH is made in an organ in the brain called the pituitary. At the point when thyroid levels in the body are low, the pituitary organ produces more TSH. At the point when thyroid levels are high, the pituitary organ makes less TSH. TSH levels that are excessively high or too low can show your thyroid isn’t working effectively.

Need of TSH test
A person may need a TSH test on the off chance that you have manifestations of an excess of thyroid hormone in your blood (hyperthyroidism), or too minimal thyroid hormone (hypothyroidism).

Symptoms of low TSH level, also known as underactive thyroid, includes:
* Weight loss
* Hair loss
* Constipation
* Irregular mensuration periods

Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism(high TSH levels), also known as overactive thyroid, includes:
* Difficulty sleeping
* Weight loss
* Puffiness
* Bulging of the eyes

T3-T4-TSH Includes 3 Test Parameters


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