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Borderline Thyroid TSH increase
One month back I took the general thyroid level checkup and found the diagnosis with borderline increase in TSH level but later was told to take thyronorm 50 mg for one month and then later after one month again took the general checkup again and found TSH levels in the mid level range (cured) but then stopped taking tablets completely and it has been two weeks since. Is it normal or will it affect in some ways? I have attached both the thyroid report screenshots.
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Usually thyroid treatment is long term. Not sure ur initial TSH value but as if now the report shared is normal. Yes once u stop tablets TSH may increase again. So u need to wait for 6 weeks for next to test thyroid levels and consult.
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