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TSH level increased, feeling dizzy, thyronorm 50

In month of Feb I had a TSH of 6.7 Basis this the doctor gave me Thyronorm 6.7 mcg for a month’s time . After a month I got the TSH done again and the level had increased to 11. The doctor has increased the dosage to 50mcg . I have been taking it for past 2 days but that has led to me feeling dizzy . Is it that the dosage is not correct ?Shoudl I reduce the same ?
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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In my opinion both the readings of T.S.H. are not too high.One month period is too short to titrate the dose of thronorm to the next higher level.Even if it is to be adjusted to higher level we may increase it to 12.5 microgram & wait for 3 months,after which the dose can be readjusted according to T.S.H. reading.
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