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    Graves to Hypo and cant get medicine dose right
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    janfree posted:
    I have been on synthroid for years and at my last visit on .150 my levels are to low and on 0175 my levels are to high so for 6 months now i have to take one half of each pill a day
    i have to get blood work done and go back to doctor this month but i would like to know if there is any other meds out there for me to try . I was diagnosed with
    graves 36 years ago and went into remission after 2 years then after 14 years went to hypo and it seems like the last couple its been harder to get meds right. I cant lose weight and am tired all the time any help would be great
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