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TSH - value 0.2
I am 36 years old and have hypothyroidism detected at 26 years . From last 10 years I am on thyronorm and I keep on increasing/decreasing dosage of thyronorm depending on TSH value. Mostly it varies betwe en thyronorm 100 and thyronorm125 mg. From last year I am continuously on 100 mg. I got my latest test done today and TS H value is 0.2 . Should I reduce my dosage as TSH value is going down from the lower limit of correct range ?
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Your cases needs to be evaluated in detail for a specific advise so thyroid remains stable.
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