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General Body pain increased

I had my thyroid out 4 years ago for nodules.  They were negative for CA thank god.  I was given .l synthroid for the past 4 years and the past 15 year prior to my thyroidectomy. Then last year my primary doctor changed me to .112mcg.  I always have problems sleeping more than four hours and have lots of body aches,  like lymph nodes under both arm and have a bit more anxiety.  Do you think my levels are to high.  I am also always TOO HOT.  I am in menopause but dripping wet is ridiculous.  Should I go back on .1mcg
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Don't know if your levels are too high without knowing what your levels are.

It would not be unreasonable fro your med. dose to be adjusted periodically.

Being menopause would certainly explain your symptoms.

You might have to treat each symptom separately regardless of thyroid and/or menopause.

Good Luck!
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