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Taking levothroid, gradual reduction in TSH levels, have severe enervation. Any suggestions?

Hi i was put on levothroid starting several months ago after my first ever tsh test showed levels 100. My doc s gradually raised the dosage from 50mcg to now 175. My levels have gradually come down to 11(still too high). I never felt sick or was aware of any symptoms of hypothyroid , but my doc diagnosed me with that. I wonder what you think. I feel like im running out of energy these days very early on, which didnt happen before. Any suggestions?
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum,
You are on high dose of medication, with that your TSH is not normal. Loss of energy is due to that medicine and disease process.
Hypothyroidism is 100% curable with homeopathic treatment. You will not require to take medicine life time. For homeopathic treatment detail history is required so consult to good homeopath.
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Answered: Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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