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Thyroid tsh
Suddenly tsh level falling. It is 0.014. Sugar is hba1c is 8.5 and bp normal, cholestrol normal. Why tsh is falling. Can it be increased. What to do for that.
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It means you are having hyperthyroidism. You may need to take medicine. Hba1c is also high. Consult physician for that
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Consult an endocrinologist. Your sugar is high and thyroid levels are low indicating hyperthyroidism.
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