So I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism in October with TSH being as high as 6.15. For whatever reason my doc didnt prescribe any medication and just recently I moved so i had to change my doctor and the new doctor decided to do one more blood work to make sure that I still need a medication. And apparently my TSH went down on its own to 5.05. Is it very common? Has it happened to anyone else on here? I am very happy and my doctor decided to wait and not prescribe anything an other month or two and than run an other test so hopefully I wont even need a medication.
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