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Weight gain, thyroid condition. Taking altroxine. High TSH, hemoglobin levels. Treatment?

doctor i m XXXX........i started gaining weight when i was in fourth grade..........3 years back i had my thyroid check up....n it my tsh was more by some 1.5.........i they gave altroxine..but insted of losing wait i gained more weight...currentky my weight is 70......and i got my hemoglobin report and it is 7.4.....kindly help me out..please...
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Please check your thyroid function test - (T4, and TSH) and confirm you have hypothyroidism. Additional tests like anti thyroid antibodies will help in determining the cause. Even if your TSH is slightly high you need to be on medications if you have a thyroid swelling, obese with elevated serum cholesterol or if your antibodies are high.
You check your thyroid function again after treatment of 6 weeks thyroxine. If
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