Should I take vitamin d or any other supplement or anything for thyroidism?

Vitamin D won't help. If you truly have hypothyroidism the treatment is to take thyroid hormone prescribed by a doctor who has reviewed your thyroid test results. Vitamin d is not the treatment for thyroid problems.

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