A 19-year-old female asked:
I'm diagnosed hashimoto's thyroiditis and my tsh measures 0.212 uiu/ml. does my tsh level cause constant tiredness, sleepiness, headaches and hunger?
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Dr. Joseph Woodsanswered
Pathology 30 years experience
Yes it can,, : In this case, the TSH can lead to your symptoms as the TSH is known to fall in hashimoto's thyroiditis. Interestingly, levothyroxine replacement dose can reverse progression of this disease, and is the treatment.
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