The simple answer to the Thyromine question, why take thyroid tests at home?, is that they really help in diagnosing thyroid problems. Other compelling reasons include just how easy they are to perform, the convenience of actually taking the test at your pleasure, in a place that's convenient, at a time that's convenient and at a cost that's easy on the pocket.
I take it if you are looking into tests for thyroid disorders that you know how the thyroid gland works and are also aware of the impact a thyroid gland that is malfunctioning has on a persons life. A home test for hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism can remove all the uncertainty and open up different avenues of treatment, giving you every opportunity of overcoming thyroid disorders
It does depend on how long it has been since you last had bloods taken, but you will find the latest techniques a pleasant surprise. No longer do testing labs need endless amounts of blood, all they need is a simple spot of blood from which multiple results can be derived. So when your test kit arrives all that is required is a spot of blood as a sample, drawn by simply pricking your finger with the sterile lancet enclosed, to be forwarded to the testing laboratory where staff will perform the required analysis. The results are then sent back to you fully explained in simple layman's terms so you can easily understand the outcome.