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TSH levels to low after 3 years of being high.
I was diagnosed in 2005 with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's, I was taking 150 mcg's of Levothyroxine. I have to admit I ran out of meds about 8 months ago. I have been to the clinic twice in the last few months and my TSH levels have been around .04 to .0725 my T4 and T3 have been normal. I am really confused I did not know you could go from Hypo to Hyer. Any information you could share would be appreciated.
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Your MD should be able to answer these questions or you'd better find a new one.  I have gone from hypo to hyper because my meds were too high and from hyper to hypo because I stopped taking my meds.  Now I have started all over again.  I don't know why you would be hyper unless you have developed Grave's disease now.  You really should see an endocrinologist, if you can.  There is a website www.allthyroid.org that you might be able to get some info from.  Search Grave's disease on their site.  Good luck.
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Thanks for the info; Grave’s disease is what I was thinking too. I will check out the sites you mentioned. I stay at home and take care of my mother so with no insurance I have not seen my endo in a year. I have been going to the clinic and they are trying to help. I have another appointment after the holidays. Thanks again.
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