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Low TSH - Bumped from doctor to doctor

Diabetes/Endocrine System | Last Active: Nov 16, 2020 | Replies (14)

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@babbab I can feel your frustration. I went through that before getting my diagnosis of non-alcoholic cirrhosis.
You say you have been to many doctors, so I presume at least one is an endocrinologist. Are you close at all to a city with a major medical center? I think that may be your last resort. I hope you can finally find an answer to your thyroid problems.
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All but one of the doctors were in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. 4 were endocrinologists, 1 bio-identical hormone doctor and my long time family GP. I guess it's really 7 doctors I've seen, because I just saw a functional doctor – she use to be a family GP and now adds a holistic/alternative point of view to her practice. All the other doctors just threw up their hands and said they could not help me. This last one wants me to reduce my dosage from time to time to try to get my TSH numbers to come up. I've never been above

what should a normal diagnosis be mine is 0.8 taking 200 mg meds a day Nicole