Recent blood test showed ts level 2.32 what's that mean for thyroid if someone is taking levothyroxin at 50 mg and still having symptoms?

TSH normal . The TSH of 2.32 is normal. What are the other thyroid hormone and antibody levels? What are the symptoms that persist? There may be other conditions or situations occurring. Be sure your doctor knows you have persistent symptoms.
Normal. TSH is a hormone produced by the brain to stimulate the thyroid to produce Synthroid (thyroxine). If you are taking Levothyroxin the TSH level well drop since it is the feed back mechanism to regulate the function of the thyroid. As long as the T3, T4 are normal your dose could be adequate. Your physician needs to check you to see if your dose need to be adjusted. .