Originally Posted by marcadav
Thanks for the questions.
At the last test, my TSH was about 7.5. Not as high as it's been, but still high. My doc increased the dose of Levoxyl and I'll get it tested again in a couple of months. T3 and free T4 were normal, though since I don't actually have a thyroid, my understanding is that these tests aren't relevant. I'm hypothyroid because my thyroid was removed not, like a lot of people, because it just slowed down or quit on its own.
I'm taking 5,000 IU of vitamin D per day and 25 mg (250 mcg) of selenium.
I'm not taking any kind of hormone for perimenopause. I don't have any undesirable symptoms so no need for that.
Happy birthday! Great news.
Originally Posted by roromisty