Re: Can someone answer my question about meds?
Unfortunately, it isn't unusual for TSH to fluctuate without any relation to dose. That's why smart thyroid doctors treat according to the actual thyroid hormone levels of free T4 and free T3 instead of the inaccurate pituitary hormone, TSH.
There's no way to know what dose is too low or too high without knowing the free T levels. And it's hard to know the rationale of a doctor who uses only TSH for dosing.
Does she test for T4 and/or T3 at all? Do you have those levels to post?
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