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Suggest treatment for hypothyroidism

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I have hypothyroidism and I tested in one back it is

TSH -10.11 uIU/ml
T3 is 95 ng/dl
T4 is 6.40 ng/dl

at that time i am taking 25mg thyroxine tablet every day .I used it for 6 months and i tested it again TSH is 4.4 uIU/ml and doctor suggested to use 75mg throxine tablets and i am continuing now as well (75mg)

Recently two weeks back i test TSH again and it is 0.7mg/ml.

my questions are it safe to use 75mg tablet ? long i need to use it? i can reduce it (i mean natural process).
4.Please let me know any exercises which will reduce this.
Posted Wed, 6 Aug 2014 in Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
Answered by Dr. Minal Mohit 29 hours later
Brief Answer:
Good , keep it up.

Detailed Answer:
dear sir, you have achieved your balance good. now your queries.
1. continue same dose. it is matching your requirement.
2. probably you'll need it for life.
3. dose reduction is not really a possibility because this dose meets your requirement.
4. exercise is good idea, but for health not for curing thyroid or replacing medicine.
I hope I have answere your queries. regards.
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