What do my lab test results indicate?
No, continue with same dose(100mcg).
Hello and welcome
Thanks for posting your question on HCM, I really appreciate your concern.
My straight answer to your question is No, you shouldn't reduce the dose of thyronorm, continue with same dose for the next 6 months or so than repeat the test and if consistenly show the low TSH level than only you can consider about reducing it dose to 75 mcg, not directly to 50 mcg.
Your thyroid test report is within normal range, however I would advise you to continue with the same dose.
Hope this answers your question, please feel free to ask, if you have any more queries, I will happily answer you.
wishing you good health.
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