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  • I think what you're talking about is TSH, not THS. It stands for Thyroid Stimulating Hormone. From what you've described you are hyperthyroid. But I looked it up and thyronorm is for hypothyroidism. You need to call your doctor ASAP and ask what's up. The main medications for hyperthyroidism are methimazole (Tapazole) and propylithiouracil.
    • Linda Joy
      https://www.uclahealth.org/endocrine-center/normal-thyroid-hormone-levels#:~:text=TSH%20normal%20values%20are%200.5,0.7%20to%201.9ng%2FdL.
  • TSH levels mean the opposite of what you'd think. So a low TSH= overactive (hyperthyroid) and a high TSH= underactive (hypothyroid). And, to make it even more confusing people often have opposite symptoms than they are expecting. For example sometimes people with hyperthyroidism are very overweight and sometimes people with hypothyroidism are underweight. Get yourself to a specialist for some real advice! An Otolaryngologist, also called an ENT doctor.

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