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Posted on Thu, 10 Aug 2017 in General Health
Question: Respected Doctor
As per your advise i am using thyroxin 120 from 6 weeks ,my new report is given blow
T3= 166 ng/dl
T4=15 ug/dl
TSH= 0.03 uIU/ml
FT3= 3.3 pg/ml
FT4= 2.04 ng/dl

in last report my TSH was 7.34 uIU/ml

please help me

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Answered by Dr. Minal Mohit 21 hours later
Brief Answer:
reduce the dose to 100 mcg

Detailed Answer:
Dear XXXXXXX hi! you are doing wonderfully good as per reports. hopefully as per symptoms also , you must be doing good.
now we need to reduce the dose to 100 mcg, plan remains same. you must take the tablet empty stomach, and do not consume anything for 30 minutes over the tablet. recheck in 3 months time and let me know.
regards!
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