Hi all, Another thyroid post! I am not overly familar with the science in this area, so looking for advice. I had a Thriva thyroid test recently. The results are shown below. The only thing flagged is raised Anti-thyroglobulin antibodies. The other levels are within range. The Dr giving the summary of results suggests this could mean some sort of auti-immunity, although he does state that other levels are clearly ok - though perhaps TSH is on the high side given the Anti-thyroglobulin finding. Here is the complete summary of what he reported back for the thyroid tests: "You have raised levels of TGAB antibodies. This indicates autoimmunity, where the body's immune system is attacking the thyroid gland. TGAB antibodies are found in up to 80% of people with Hashimoto's disease (the most common cause of underactive thyroid gland). In the presence of TPO or TGAB antibodies, Hashimoto's is usually diagnosed if your thyroid gland is underactive. Your thyroid hormone levels are within the normal range according to UK guidelines, however, in the presence of autoantibodies, some experts may consider your TSH levels to be too high. If you have symptoms of underactive thyroid, some endocrinologists may and recommend treatment, though this is not standard practice in the UK. Having Thyroid autoantibodies increases the risk of developing thyroid illness in the future. Thyroid autoantibodies are also linked to a number of other autoimmune conditions including Coeliac disease, type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and SLE. If you have noticed a lump in your neck, are feeling tired or have other symptoms, you may wish to seek the advice of your GP or an endocrinologist. There are a number of lifestyle changes that may help your thyroid, however these are not widely accepted as standard clinical practice, please see the focus area for further information. You may wish to consider having a blood test for coeliac disease (through your GP)." What should I read into this? Should I be looking into this further? Perhaps this result could be explained through stress? B12, Vit D, and ferritin and folate tests came back ok, though ferritin and particularly folate and were close to the low end of the range. Might it be worth looking into supplementation? Any advice greatly appreciated. Thanks.