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Have thyroid problem. Blood work done. Gained weight, swollen feet, hair fall, less energy. Alternate for thyronorm 88 mg

hi iam a patient of thyroid problem and of 28 years. Recently I got my blood test report wherein ft4-11.6... tsh 10.7....tpo 223..kindly confirm how can i reduce the tpo and other..also my doctor has suggested me for thyronorm 88 mg but not able to get it from any medical store so is there any alternate of it.. i gained weight in last one year,,problem of swelling in feet fall..and less energy..kindly suggest..
Asked On : Sun, 8 Jul 2012
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Hi, these symptoms of gained weight, hair fall and less energy are suggestive of hypothyroidism confirmed by the rising of TSH. ATPO are high at the beginning of thyroiditis which is the cause of this hypothyroidism. All these symptoms and ATPO will go well after substitutiv treatment with thyroxin like thyronorm. if you are not able to get thyronorm your doctor can prescribe you another form of thyroxin treatment. hope i have answered your query. if you have any further questions I will be happy to help.
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