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Had dizziness, excessive thirst, no diabetes. How to get rid off it?

hi there i am male 32 years old had dizziness and excessive thirst no diabetes MY TSH on first test was 6.9 i start to take Throxine 25 to 50 M after 2 weeks the symbtomes did not go away i did another TSH test found to be 2.4 i left the thyroxine now i do not have dizziness thank god but i have palpitations regularly increasing at night and i can not get rid of it at all . the thrist also is gone thanks god please advice
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Hello dear dear thyroxin should not be atonce stopped its always taperred mean dose is duced gradually so gotoyour physcian and then use the drug best wishes
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