Can low thyroid hormone levels cause menopause?

Not really. But hormones all do an intricate dance with each other and so thyroid dysfunction can definitely alter female hormone function and cause many symptoms which mimic menopause. Get your levels checked!

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Can low thyroid hormone symptoms like hair-loss be reversed?

Yes. But it takes time to recover losses from hypothyroidism. It's most serious consequence is in the newborn when undetected causing a cretin, a form of idiocy due to absence of thyroid during the neonatal and infancy period. My all a's athletic daughter could have been one, but all neonates were screened whee she was born. Read more...
Allopecia. If scalp hair loss called allopecia is due to hypothyroidism one can reverse it by normalizing thyroid function. Most of the time hypothyroidism is due to an autoimmune disorder called hashimotos disease. Allopcia is an accompanying autoimmune disorder and may not be due to low thyroid hormones. It's an association -- not causation. Read more...
Yes. Usually when thyroid hormone levels are stablized the hair loss tends to be reversed. This may take weeks to months. Read more...

Can low thyroid hormone symptoms such as hair loss be reversed?

Possibly/depends,,,, This may be reversed depending on how severe and long-standing the thyroid issue is and how good a person's circulation is. Strict adherence to therapy would also help. Read more...

Is SGPT, LDL and thyroid hormone all three are interrelated? I am hypothyroid with LDL 220, SGPT 80

Maybe... ...but you haven't provided any other medical information about underlying conditions, your circumstances, medications, exposure risks, genetic syndromes (if any) and predispositions. Its conceivable you just have unrelated or loosely-related hepatitis, high cholesterol, and thyroid disease. No way to accurately advise you further without more data. Read more...