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TSH level 14
I have autoimmune disorder which causes severe allergies to certain food and dust. I never had any issues with thyroid even with this. My father passed away in May due to covid and I didn't sleep or eat well for over 2 weeks. I took a blood test start of June and had TSH 7, free T4 is normal, sugar levels optimal. I tried sleeping and eating better and tested again this month and got TSH of 14. I was previously taking calcium and milk thistle supplements and ayurveda tonic for allergies which I stopped from june. Should I make some lifestyle changes or take medication for this? Is this serious? I don't want to worry my mother.
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You need to take drugs
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Do ecg , anti tpo ab
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You are hypothyroid needs to start on medications. Get your Tpo done. Now you can start on Tab Thyronorm 25mcg on empty stomach early morning.take calcium and vitamin D. With healthy lifestyle. Repeat Thyroid profile after 2 months and consult me .
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It was initially subclinical hypothyroid  now it has developed to overt hypothyroid. Need treatment initiation along with lifestyle changes.
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U should start medicine
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