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I am afraid I dont really see what your question is here. Do you want to know about the symptoms of hypothyroidism?
Diagnosis of hypothyroidism is often complicated.The optimum level for TSH for a diagnosis for hypothyroidism was initially considered as 5 for a long time, but it has now been changed to 3, that is, at levels of 3, a patient is called Hypothyroid.But you will be interested to know that the optimum level of TSH is 1 to 2, and a large number of people feel the symptoms of hypothyroidism at above 2, although in medical terms the patient is within the normal range.One reason for this according to some research is the absence of T3 in synthyroid, and many doctors are now recommending the addition of T3 such as Thylorar.Hence you should discus this with your doctor, whether you need to use T3 in addition like Thyrolar, and also whether your TSH should be kept within 1 to 2.Since you are having all the symptoms of hypothyrodism, you can try food supplements and natural therapies. The Supplements advisable are Vit. B and high doses of Vit. C. Also foods containing iodone, selenium, etc.
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