I have been on Levothyroxine for hypothryoidism for almost a year (started March 1, 2006). After I was on it for a few months my doc checked my thryoid levels again and said they were where they were supposed to be. However, despite the fact that I exercise daily and eat less than I did prior to medication I have not lost weight. In fact I have gained some weight. I am wondering if I should go see an endocrinologist after discussing it with my doctor if he feels that since the levels are where they should be my hypothyroidism is "under control".
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