Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Test Cost in Different Labs – LabsAdvisor.com

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone test is done to measure the level of hormones produced by the thyroid gland and to detect hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. It is most commonly known as the TSH test. The TSH test cost varies between labs.

You can view the information about the TSH test cost offered by the different labs below.

TSH Test Cost in Different Cities

The TSH test cost ranges between Rs. 140 and Rs. 550 depending on the lab location, discount, and the additional services offered.

So how much does the TSH test costs in the labs near you? Here is the list of cities and the prices offered by the different labs.

The prices mentioned below are only for information and it may vary from the actual. Please click on your city to know the updated TSH test price offered by various labs.

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CityPrice Starting From
DelhiRs. 154
GurgaonRs. 180
NoidaRs. 188
BangaloreRs. 200
MumbaiRs. 200
ChennaiRs. 170
HyderabadRs. 140
GhaziabadRs. 154
HapurRs. 154
VisakhapatnamRs. 200
SonipatRs. 210
MysoreRs. 200
CochinRs. 200
BhopalRs. 200
ThaneRs. 200
PuneRs. 200
Navi MumbaiRs. 200
FaridabadRs. 188
KarnalRs. 200
AhmedabadRs. 200
RewariRs. 255
KolkataRs. 200
IndoreRs. 200
AmritsarRs. 200
CoimbatoreRs. 298
NuhRs. 255
RaipurRs. 200
MewatRs. 255
SuratRs. 200
JaipurRs. 200

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Reasons for the difference in the TSH test cost across labs

The TSH test cost varies from lab to lab. The cost depends on the lab location, discounts offered, the city and the services offered. For example, a lab with a high operating cost is more like to charge high for the TSH test.

And, the discounts offered by the labs also have an impact on the price. This is because, not all the labs offer the same discount. It varies from lab to lab. However, you can get assured a discount of up to 50% through LabsAdvisor.com.

Though there is difference in the price, the quality and the standard are the same across our partner labs.

Steps to avail discount on the TSH test

The discount on the TSH test is auto-applied on every appointment booked through the LabsAdvisor.com. To avail of the discount you should just have to show the SMS sent to your registered mobile number at the time of the test.

Here are the steps to book an appointment to avail discount:

  1. Choose the most suitable lab for your TSH test.
  2. Select the preferred date and time for your appointment.
  3. Enter the patient details and click submit.
  4. You will receive an SMS with the appointment and discount details.

The Procedure of the TSH Test

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone is the full form of TSH. It is a kind of hormone produced by the pituitary gland present in the brain. The TSH is responsible for regulating the hormones released by the thyroid gland.

The thyroid gland which is located in the front of the neck releases three primary hormones called triiodothyronine (T3), thyroxine (T4) and calcitonin.

The thyroid gland controls the metabolism and growth in our body by releasing these hormones at the right amount.

The TSH test is done to measure the level of thyroid stimulating hormone in our body and to determine the cause of abnormal TSH level which may lead to various health problems.

The TSH test helps to know whether the thyroid gland is overactive (hyperthyroidism) and underactive (hypothyroidism). Your doctor may ask you to take the TSH test if you suffer from the following symptoms


  • Loss in weight
  • Anxiety
  • Puffiness
  • Bulge in eye
  • Difficulty in sleeping
  • Shivering in hand


  • Fatigue
  • Hair loss
  • Weight gain
  • Intolerance to cold
  • Irregularity in the menstrual cycle
  • Puffy skin

The TSH test is also done at regular intervals to monitor the treatment for a known thyroid disorder. In some cases, your doctor may ask you to take total or free T4 & T3 test along with the TSH test to determine the cause for thyroid disorder.

Difference between Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism.
Hypothyroidism Vs Hyperthyroidism.

The TSH test is a simple blood test. No special preparation is required for the TSH test. But it is important to inform your doctor if you are on your medications as some of them may affect the test results.

The TSH test is similar to any other blood test. A nurse will put an elastic band around your arm to make the veins visible to insert the needle. The area where the blood is drawn will be sanitized with a disinfectant liquid. Then a needle will be inserted into your vein to draw the blood. After removing the needle a cotton ball is used to put pressure on the area from where the blood is drawn.

The TSH test does not result in any possible risk. You may experience slight pain or bruise at the spot where the needle is inserted which will fade away quickly. It is necessary to inform your doctor if you have any bleeding disorders prior to the test.

The test result shows if there is an abnormality in the TSH level. If the TSH level is high then it means that your thyroid is not producing enough hormones which are called hypothyroidism. The low level of TSH means that the thyroid is releasing more than the required amount of hormone which is called hyperthyroidism.

The TSH  test says whether the hormone level is too high or low. But it does not explain the reason for these abnormalities in the TSH level. Your doctor may ask you to take other tests to determine the cause of thyroid disorders such as

  • T4 thyroid hormone test
  • T3 thyroid hormone test
  • TSH receptor antibody
  • Anti TPO test

Click on the links to know the cost of these tests in major Indian cities.

The TSH test is primarily done to determine the level of TSH in our body. But various factors affect the TSH level such as

  • Pregnancy
  • Medications such as steroids, dopamine, etc
  • High level of iodine in the body
  • Intake of supplements that contain thyroid hormone

These factors have an impact on the TSH level in our body by increasing or decreasing the hormone level in our body.

There are many effective hypothyroidism home remedies which are more efficient with no possible side effects. It is also be treated with the help of synthetic thyroid hormone pills or as a last resort surgery is done to cure hypothyroidism.

The hyperthyroidism can be treated with the help of

  • Radioactive iodine
  • Antithyroid medicines
  • Beta-blockers – to reduce rapid heart rate
  • In rare case, surgery may be done to remove the thyroid
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