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    TSH level 200`
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    An_242065 posted:
    I have been on 100 of zynthroid for three and a half months, and got my tsh tested and was over 200. My dr. took a look at me and asked me how I was standing. Truthfully, I feel like death. all i want to do is sleep, I am overly moody, brain fog, memory... and the list goes on. My Dr. put me on 200 doubling the dosage, within two weeks she had me back down to 150. Saying she should have not done a dosage that high at first.

    My thryoid hasn't been this bad ever. I am afraid of what is to come, or what we can learn. I have gained 50 lbs and keep gaining. It's horrible, and I hate it. I have done research and have heard about the iodine. But what should i be asking my dr. to do? What type of tests?
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