My understanding is that while on meds and your numbers are normal for a few months you are considered euthyroid. When you are euthyroid is it true you should be symptom free? Should the TED in theory go away or stabilize to normal. Im finding it really hard to find info on the net that answer these questions. Everything is generalized. It is so frustrating. You would think that there would be target numbers for graves and TED. For instance, between 1 and 1.5 your TED will become stable. You would think these kinds of research would have been done by now considering GD has been around for 40 years!!!
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