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mimiyella posted:
I would appreciate any input on the following: My 8 year old daughter has been diagnosed with it and I just really want to know if I really have to continue her taking medication for life as I am being told. I would rather treat it with natural medicine or even get a second opinion on her results. I am really concerned because the original 25mgs have not normalized her tsh levels. The dosage is being increased if nothing is happening in a few weeks. I am researching for the best doctor who specializes in hypothyroidism as well. Ay suggestions? Thank you
asia0434 responded:
Cleveland Clinic has their own thyroid units. You may call and see what they can do.

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