Oncology Questions? Ask an Oncologist for Answers ASAP
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your TSH level is too low and means your dose of levothyroxine should be lowered.
you need to talk to your doctor about this.
taking more levothyroxine will not help your painful joints and dry hair symptoms.
you need to get blood testing to check for rheumatoid arthritis and gout and osteoarthritis in your joints.
after menopause your joints can also be more painful.
pain in soles of feet can be from plantar fasciitis or inflammation of the plantar fascia
are you overweight? this can also cause pain in the soles of the feet.
dry skin hair can come from menopause as well
I`m taking venlafaxine and que
ntiapine which affect thyroid levels in the bo
dy.could they change the reading ? I HAD A TSH LEVEL OF 0.01 AND WAS HYPOTHYROID. .24 IS LOW TOO SO WHY WOULD THEY DECREASE MY LEVOTHYROXINE?