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Betii (Anonymous, 37.248.173.) Warszawa 2 months ago

Does a TSH slightly above normal mean that I may have hypothyroidism in a moment?

4 months ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, I had a very low TSH, I took thyrozole 20mg for two months, then 10mg for the next 2 months. Today my TSH is slightly above normal and my doctor told me to continue taking thyrozole 5mg a day for half a year. Is this normal or could I have hypothyroidism in a moment? FT4 and FT3 are still normal. Please advise

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Anna Lewandowska Pharmacist, Editor

2 months ago

As a pharmacist, I can only provide some general information:

Changes in the treatment of hyperthyroidism, such as adjusting the dose of thyrozole, are usually made based on monitoring of thyroid hormone levels (TSH, FT4, FT3) and the patient's overall response to therapy. If your TSH is now slightly above normal, your doctor may have decided to reduce your dose of thyrozole to adjust your thyroid hormone levels.

However, it is important to continue to monitor your hormone levels regularly and keep in touch with your treating doctor. Even if your TSH is currently slightly above normal, it does not mean that hypothyroidism will occur. Your doctor will likely tailor your treatment based on your current results and aim to maintain hormonal balance.

If you have concerns or questions about changes in your treatment, it is always a good idea to consult with the doctor who is best versed in your medical situation. If you are not able to take advantage of the advice, I am attaching a link to the online teleconsultation, e.g. via the Gdziepolek.pl portal:


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