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It is best to stay on synthroid and keep TSH in low-normal range -- usually we retest every 4-5 weeks in the first ha...
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In short - no. If the WBC is very low, then anti-thyroid drugs may not be an option. Your dose of MMI (methimazole) ...
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This sounds like autoimmune thyroid disease - usually hashimoto's - would test TSH and TPO antibodies if not already ...
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This can improve with time - usually the first few weeks are the worse. There is a small chance of long-term low cal...
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There is no right answer - since T4 has a long half-life, it is probably best to take in AM before breakfast in whate...
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It takes several weeks for the welling to decrease after surgery - usually by 6-8 weeks this swelling is resolved and...
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The nodules are small and would no likely cause compressive symptoms. You didn't mention overall overall thyroid siz...
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were you on prednisone 5mg am and 2.5mg pm ? That is an ok dose, but many patients with hypopit do better with the hy...
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usually synthroid in AM 30min before meal/meds but can also take at bedtime.
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Please review my initial response (before the results returned) -- while 2nd TM surgery is acceptable, most situation...
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