Thyroid disease is a condition in which your body produces too much or too little of the thyroid hormone that you need to support your bodily functions. Though anyone can develop thyroid disease, you’re five times more likely to develop the disease if you’re a woman. Everyone, especially women, can suffer complications from thyroid disease if it is left untreated. Diagnosing and monitoring thyroid disease with lab testing can help you to develop an initial treatment plan with your doctor or better evaluate the success of your current treatment.

Depending on whether your thyroid is under- or overactive, you may experience different symptoms of thyroid disease. If your thyroid is underactive, you may experience weight gain, fatigue, dry skin or hair, and other symptoms. If your thyroid is overactive, you may experience symptoms such as weight loss, rapid heart rate, anxiety, and other symptoms. Still, in certain cases, you may not experience any symptoms of thyroid disease.

As part of our My Lab ReQuest service, Sonora Quest Laboratories allows you to order your own lab tests to check the health of your thyroid. Take charge of your health and order the testing you need to make more educated decisions regarding the management of your health. Schedule your appointment, access your test results, and pay for your screening all online.

To learn more about our thyroid screenings, view the list below of our current selection of available screenings.


 

Microsomal TPO Antibody

The Microsomal TPO Antibody screening is used for the monitoring of patients with autoimmune diseases such as Graves’ disease or Hashimoto’s disease. Graves’ disease is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism and affects 1 in 200 Americans. Hashimoto’s disease is the most common cause of hypothyroidism and affect 1 in 5 Americans. Monitoring these conditions is important to ensure the success of medical treatment.  

What are the symptoms of Graves' disease and Hashimoto's disease?

Order a Microsomal TPO Antibody Screen for $32


 

T3, Free

Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland becomes overactive and the body produces higher levels of T3 and T4 than are necessary. If left untreated, hyperthyroidism can lead to serious complications. Women are at particularly greater risk to develop the disease. However, once a diagnosis has been made, several treatment options are available. A T3, Free screening can help to confirm a diagnosis of hyperthyroidism so that you can seek appropriate medical treatment.

What are the symptoms of hyperthyroidism?

Order an T3, Free Screen for $34


 

T4, Free

A T4, Free screening is used to evaluate thyroid function and can be used to diagnose or monitor hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. Hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism are treatable conditions that affect the release of thyroid hormones in the thyroid gland. The T4, Free screening is usually performed when TSH levels are found to be abnormal.

What are the symptoms of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism?

Order a T4, Free Screen for $20


 

Thyroid Screen (TSH, High Sensitivity)

Thyroid disease is a condition in which the thyroid gland procures too much or too little of the thyroid hormone. While both men and women can develop thyroid disease, women are five times more likely than men to develop thyroid problems. Thyroid disease is of particular concern to women because it can lead to infertility and can result in other health problems for pregnant women and their babies. A thyroid screen (TSH, High Sensitivity) can help in the detection of a possible thyroid problem.

What are the symptoms of thyroid disease?

Order a Thyroid Screen (TSH, High Sensitivity) for $34


 

Order Your Own Thyroid Screening

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*It is solely your responsibility to promptly discuss all laboratory test results with a physician. Neither Sonora Quest Laboratories nor its Medical Director will provide interpretation, counseling, consulting, or care recommendations on the basis of any laboratory results provided to you.