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Hashimotos thyroid
I have hashimotos thyroiditis with TPO antibodies greater than 1300... I am currently on thyronorm 50 MCG... I am worried, if this hashimotos thyroiditis can  lead to thyroid cancer??...so can anyone explain on this hashimotos and suggest the treatment for it?? Will it lead to any cancer in the future??
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Hoshimotos thyroiditis is autoimmune condition. A very common one. And it usually takes time. Usually does not become malignant (cancerous). Treatment is taking thyroid medication and keeping TSH in range, which you are already doing. All the best.
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