Due to the National Day holiday, the doctor at the nearby hospital did not sit, so I only got the results of the test, and I would like to consult whether it is serious or not.Do I need to take medicine for a long time?
Your current thyroid problem is not very serious. Both thyroid peroxidase antibodies and thyroglobulin antibodies are significantly elevated, indicating the presence of Hashimoto's thyroid disease, also known as autoimmune thyroid disease, with mild subclinical hypothyroidism.
The actual situation is that if you have a thyroid function problem, it is recommended that you should apply medication, whether or not you want long-term medication, it depends on the severity of your disease and the recovery situation, it is recommended that you review your thyroid function regularly.
This is mainly to see if there is any pregnancy, you need to pay attention to the normal thyroid function, abnormal antibodies, and the diffuse enlargement of the thyroid gland in the neck on thyroid ultrasound, consider the possibility of Hashimoto's thyroiditis.Pay attention to regular rechecking of thyroid function.