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How is hashimoto's disease treated usually?

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Dr. Carol Cheney
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology

In brief: Hormone replacement

If hashimoto's disease has resulted in underactivity of the thyroid, it is treated with replacement of thyroid hormone.
If the thyroid function is normal, no specific treatment is required.

In brief: Hormone replacement

If hashimoto's disease has resulted in underactivity of the thyroid, it is treated with replacement of thyroid hormone.
If the thyroid function is normal, no specific treatment is required.
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