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Teen, suffering with hypothyroid, on thyronorm, has uneasiness and restlessness, tiredness. Due to overdose?

Dear Doctor, My daughter aged 15 is suffering from hypothroidism, she is on 50 mcg of thyronorm since 4 months now. She is now complaining of uneasiness and restlessness and feels very tired. Is it because of overdose ? should we reduce the dosage ? Also, we have done 3 bloodtests during this period, while her TSH and T4 are in normal range, her t3 has been coming down from 0.90 to 0.51 at the moment. Would appreciate your reply. Many thanks
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query.
As her all thyroid reports are normal,she requires dose reduction of Thyronorm.
But do not reduce the dose by yourself.
Consult you doctor,who prescribed this treatment and let him decide the dosage form.
Now she will put on maintenance dose.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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