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Body pain, high thyroid levels. Taking thyronorm 100. High TSH levels in thyroid test. Treatment options?

Hi Sir, i am XXXXX 30 yr old and 63 kg in weight and 5 1 in height. I am suffering from bodyach last 6 months and in last week i test my thyroid level. The test report is as follows:- T3 Total - 0.64 T4 Total - 2.40 TSH - 182.25 I shocked and doctor prescribed the Tab. Thyronorm 50 for 5 days and Thyronorm 100 after 5 days daily. I taking the medicine 100mcg daily from last 7 days due to which i feel very uncomfortable anxiety and severe bodyache. Please tell me the solution for bodyach and time period in which the TSH level will be in normal limit.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern looking to the given history here if you have thyroid dysfunction and you are taking medicine for this and having muscular pain then this pain is not due to the thyroid or not due to the medicine that your are taking, but of course this could be due to the anxiety and depression, you need to keep your stress level low to come out of this condition have a nice day.
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