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I have been taking 100 mcg thyronorm since 8 years. Very recently on arpil 19 2023 I took the tsh sensitive test and my tsh level was 0.20 uiu/ml. And the doctor mentioned that your is too low indicating too much thyroid medication. I am now taking 75 mcg my question is that tsh 0.20 uiu/ml is considered as overactive thyroid, so why is that the doc has prescribed of levothyroxine? Please advise as I am confused now.

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