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Any natural way to get TSH levels in normal range? TSH level came back as 5.04 in July 2012. The doctor put me on vitamins (Thyrowell) and advised a repeat test. I did the repeat test a week back and the TSH level is now 7.53. I have now been put on Thyronorm 25 (one per day before breakfast). Any other natural way to get TSH levels in normal range OR I need to take Thyronorm all life from here?
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
You are diagnosed with under active thyroid called Hypothyroidism, as your TSH level has shown increase in result.
Please continue to take Thyronorm as advised by your doctor as well as vitamin supplement as Thyrowell.
Commonly it is due to auto immune disorder for which your Anti TPO and Thyroglobin antibodies may be tested.
You can also get a Ultrasound examination of Thyroid gland to if there is any thing abnormal if biopsy may be done to know exact cause for this.
Repeat test of TSH will show low level but if it increasing or there is persistent under activity of thyroid gland you may have to take thyroxine supplement life long .
Remember it is very safe to take such treatment and you will be normal with treatment.
Please take care.
Good Luck.
Dr.Akhilesh Dubey M.D.

Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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