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At mt last physical my TSH showed an 11. My doctor increased my synthyroid,which has been at .88 msg for 11yrs. He put my dose at .100mcg.I had gained 8 lbs this past yr. sluggish and had many stressers. Family health issues and 3 deaths in family.

I was treated for Graves Disease 37 yrs ago. w/RAI treatment. Have had to have several adjusts during the course of these years. My gyn started me on premarin vag cream used 2 xs a week for extreme vaginal pain and burning in 2002. I now use sporadicly. I also for years have taken 1 Soy Isoflavone Genestin Diazide, a natural plant estrogen tablet, low dose, since menopause at age 51. Now in day 2 of increaased treatment I have had some vaginal discharge of  mucos and tinged w/a pale brownish color. It comes and goes..Also I have tender breasts as if menstral. I plan on talking to my attending doc. And I HAVE NEVER HAD ANY DISCHARGE SYMPTOMS EVER ON ALTERING DOSES.....NOT UNTILL NOW W/INCREASED SYNTHYROID DOSE> Is this something that is ever known to happen due to the endocrin changes when increasing synthroid. My PAPS have always shown as  negative? I am 66 years old. I see my GYN in 2 weeks for an exam as per normal schedule. Have you ever heard of such a happening? I am in a some distress as to this as when any dosed were increased after menapause I NEVER experienced this. ITS quite disturbing to feel menstral cyclic again.
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I have been on 3 different antibiotic treatments this summer..... I DID not take anything to prevent Yeast Infection.... I just thought of this NOW.... What I may well have is a YEAST infection..as I have the last month shown severe burning and itching.....how stupid not to have thought.....GOT some monistat to use.... and will see gyn doc 23 Oct.
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