I sent a post awhile ago stating that my thyroglobulin level has always been non-detectable since my surgery, which has been 1 1/2 ago.
Earlier this year, my Tg level came back at 14. I had a body scan and it came back negative.
A couple months after that I had another round of bloodwork done and now it came back at 1.1 and my dr had no idea as to why.
I know a person's lab results can be a little different if you switch labs, which I had to when I had my blood taken when it came back at 14, due to insurance change. I used that same lab for this last bloodwork also. But there shouldn't be a huge difference from previous .02 to 14.
I asked if it could be a lab mistake and he didn't know.
So, right now, only time will tell what my number actually is.
I am to have bloodwork again in Sept. and I am in the process of finding an endocrinologist.
It's not because of this labwork, but because he has no bed side mannor and literally only stays in the room for a minute. When I was asking him questions about my lab numbers he had to go out of the room twice to retreve the rest of my chart to review.
When only wanted to talk about my medicine levels were a little high, until I reminded him that I was mostly there to talk about my elevated (14) Tg level.