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Started gaining weight post delivery. TSH 110, t3 and t4 low. Taking thyronorm 125mg. Should I reduce dosage?

I m 25 years old. I delivered on october 31, 2012. But after 4 months of my delivery i started to gain weight all of a sudden. My thyroid function test showed abnormality. My TSH levels were 110 and my T3 and T4 level were low. The doc put me on thyronorm 125mcg but i feel excessive tiredness after that. Should i reduce my dosage?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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i do understand that you had been treated for hypothyroidism with 125 mcg of thyroxine. Considering your TSH level you would definitely require thyroxine. But if you feel tired with thyroxine one option is to take thyroxine at bed time and other option is to start with 25 mcg and gradually uptitrate the dose of thyroxine to maintain your TSH to normal levels.

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