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How To Reduce Tsh Level With Out Medicine
Medication: Medication is answer. You doctor can supervise replacement therapy. ...Read more
Increase dose?: If your TSH level doesn't normalize after six weeks of brand naymet4 replacement, your doctor needs tou increase your dose. ...Read more
Tsh: Tsh level above the normal range could indicate slightly lowered thyroid function. Talk to your doctor about your symptoms and meds. ...Read more
Tsh level is 10.will the medicine help me lose weight I have been trying for a while with no success?
Your TSH level is indicative of thyroid hormone deficiency and you ought to see a doctor for prescription for medication. Treating thyroid deficiency will improve your health and help in losing weight.
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Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
I'm Radhika 24 yrs old my TSH level is 13.52 im not interested to take medicine how to decrease my TSH level naturally plzz give a better suggestion?
You may not be interested in taking medicine to correct your TSH but that is a must!
The clinical effects of a high TSH will be very troubling to you.
Treatment of high TSH is one pill a day and straightforward. It is not expensive. ...Read more
My TSH level was 53 3 month before. I take levothyroxin 100 mg. Now my level is 1.23... Which medicine I have to continue? 25 or 100 mg? Also, rbs 75...
100 mcg: 0.1 mg l thyroxin normalized thyroid status. ...Read more
Before 50mcg Levothyroxin my TSH level was 3.23, new TSH level after 2 mo. of meds is 1.42. Should my Dr. up my medicine?
Not necessarily but:
I feel one should adjust thyroid dose based on symptoms and levels of Free T3 (liothyronine). Many do benefit from doses that result in lower TSH levels- before doctors depended on TSH the average dose prescribed was double current averages!
and see a doc who will test Free T3 (liothyronine) etc. ...Read more
I'm Asian male with TSH level=11.5. Is there a chance of my complete cure from hypothyroidism or will I need to take medicine throughout life? Plz help
Hypothyroid: There is no cure for hypothyroid disease. All people in the world with an inactive thyroid are on medication for life. ...Read more
Will green tea helpful to me to reduce weight and stress though I am suffering from increased TSH level?
Three issues: I'm glad you're managing your thyroid disease and hope you can keep your markers in the healthy range. Weight loss is the result of reprogramming yourself to eat only to satisfy hunger and to get back into an exercise-focused lifestyle. Managing stress is about making needed changes in your environment and perhaps your thinking. Green tea offers none of this, nor does any other pill. ...Read more
Do I need to have thyroid medicine with TSH level 17, can it be corrected without medicines. I am planning a baby?
My TSH level was 6.2 and now it's 3.4 after increasing my thyroid medicine. What does this mean? What is a normal range?
Hello Dr. jee I am pavan chaluvadi from 584101 INR. I wanted to know how can v reduce TSH LEVEL from 10 to 5 ulU\ml of my mom?
Treatment with Pill: TSH is elevated because her thyroid is not working fully. The condition can be easily treated with thyroxine supplements take orally, however, one needs to take these supplements regularly. Your mother should see a doctor to get a prescription for the medication and to monitor the treatment. It is a treatable condition and should not be ignored. ...Read more
Dr. My TSH level is 2.437 uiu/mL and normal showing in result is 0.35000 – 4.9400 CMIA. Do I need to take medicine for this? Can I get pregnant?
Hypothyroid patient for 10+ years. OnThyroxine tablet. TSH level is not stable and keeps fluctuating. Drug Dosage needs to be constantly adjusted.
And NORMAL variability of TSH actual levels and MEASUREMENTS make constant adjustment of the dosage of thyroid replacement difficult at best and probably not indicated! Based upon 3-6 MONTH testing the dosage should be adjusted and remain at that level until the next testing!!! Thyroid replacement is NOT like IJNSULIN ...... My Opinion Only
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Is TSH level of 4.67 so high that 25 mcg Synthroid (thyroxine) can't reduce the levels in a month at all? What is wrong? Now my dose is 50mcg. Will it be effective?
Levothyroxine dose: A dose of 25 mcg is very low, and it may not do much. The average person needs about 125 mcg/day as replacement. On the other hand, a TSH of 4.67 is very close to normal. You do not mention your symptoms, but most people with a TSH of 4.67 don't have symptoms. ...Read more