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In euthyroid state, have obesity, hair fall, constipation, have mixed opinions to continue as well as discontinue thyronorm. Suggestion?

Hi, I am 25 yrs female unmarried . I m in euthyroid state. But i am having the clinical symptoms correlate with hypothyroidism like obesity ,hair fall, constipation .So my Dr asked me to take 100 mcg of thytronorm..And i am taking it for past 1 and 1/2 years.At first he said we can stop the tablet he said if we stop suddelny i ll get more wt..So he suggested me to continue..But all other doctors advised me to stop..i am so scarred about this...which one has to be follow
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Hi, Devi,
Thanks for query.
I think before starting the treatment you might had gone for all thyroid test.
If you had euthyroid and doctor started direct 100 mg, there might have some reason to start this comparatively high dose.
From simply having symptoms of obesity,hair fall and constipation one can not start 100 mg dose.
You consult your doctor and discuss about this.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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