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Sir, I have diagnosed with Hypothyroid. My current report of T3, TT4, TSH are below: T3: 108 TT4: 8.3 TSH: 7.41 I intake one fourth of eltroxin before this test. Could you suggest if I increase my dosage.

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When on treatment with thyroxine, tsh levels should come between 3 to 4 milli units, for better control and disappearance of all symptoms. Since your tsh level is 7.41 milli uits/ml, it shows the dose of thyroxine is not adequate. Dose has to go up. In fact in the beginning itself dose should have been higher. If dose is not increased, then most symptoms may come back.
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