Date: 2009-07-13 12:07 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] aristoboule
Gotcha -- definitely better than nothing!

Yeah, it would likely take at least several weeks to see much of a change, but the potential is that you could possibly go hyperthyroid, and that's its own set of problems. :(

Yes -- two hours after and one hour before is best, if possible.

If that is in reference to your TSH, 5 would still be too high and for someone your age, 2 is more ideal. Most endocrinologists will treat someone with a TSH of 5 to get them down into a more ideal range. When did you last have lab work -- was it in April? If so, when do they plan to test you again? Because if you are 5, no wonder you don't feel well, ack!

Hope you're able to get this resolved!
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