Why Do They Lower The Dose Of Levthyroxine When You Have A Low Thyroid Blood Test

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why is the dosage of levthyroxine lowered when you blood test reads a low thyroid level



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Verwon Says:

Are you certain the dose was lowered for this reason?

Was it possibly lowered because the levels are where they should be?

This is used to treat low levels of thyroid hormones, so lowing the dose if they are low would make no sense.

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