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Thyroid t3 t4 tsh
Attached is my thyroid report. Tsh is low,  t4 is more. I was taking 50 MG thyronorm .. should I continue?? I was covid+ last month.. does covid affect thyroid too??
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Kindly reduce the Dose of Thyroxine from 50 ug to 25 ug daily one tablet before breakfast and repeat Thyroid Function Test after Three month
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Hi,reduce your thyroxine dosage to 25micrograms
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Not affected by covid
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Hello, it seems you are taking thyroid supplement in greater amount as per yiur body requirement.. its time to reduce thyroid supplement dose and reports will come back to normal.
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