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Thyroid Assessment Enhanced

Analyte List
– Free Triiodothyronine (FT3) + Reverse T3
– Free Thyroxine (FT4)
– TSH
– Thyroperoxidase Antibody (TPO)
– Anti-Thyroglobulin
LifeLabs tests are available through regulated Licensed Healthcare Professionals only. 

Order Tests with one of BodyCrafters Physicians (Naturopathic Doctors)

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Turn around time: 7 Days

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Test Method: Blood[x]    Saliva[ ]   Urine[ ]    Stool[ ]

Tests for:

  1. Free Triiodothyronine (FT3)
  2. Reverse T3
  3. Free Thyroxine (FT4)
  4.  TSH
  5.  Thyroperoxidase Antibody (TPO)
  6. Anti-Thyroglobulin

Test Cost: Contact us by phone, email or text

Only healthcare providers licensed in their province or state may order laboratory testing.

Brand

LifeLabs

For over 50 years, we have been serving the diagnostic healthcare needs of Canadians. With roots stemming from a small lab on the west coast and a group of entrepreneurs in Ontario, we have grown to become Canada’s largest lab provider. Each year we perform over 112 million laboratory tests to help diagnose, treat, monitor and prevent diseases for millions of Canadians. Supported by four core divisions – LifeLabs, LifeLabs Genetics, Rocky Mountain Analytical and Excelleris, together we are driven by a passion to build a healthier Canada. From standard lab testing, to genetic and naturopathic testing, to developing new technologies to connect patients to their health, patients are at the core of all we do and are the driving force behind our pursuit of excellence.

Additional Information

The Thyroid Assessments provide insight into the major thyroid hormones and thyroid antibodies that inform on thyroid disorders including TSH, free T3, free T4 and TPO. The Enhanced Thyroid Assessment also includes reverse T3 and anti-thyroglobulin antibodies. A Basic or Enhanced Thyroid Assessment may be recommended when hyper- or ypothyroidism is suspected or when hormone imbalances are present that affect, or are affected by, thyroid hormone  function. In particular, high cortisol, low cortisol, elevated estrogens, and low DHEAS all have important interactions with thyroid hormones.