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I got my TSH tested and I was told it was "a little high", but not high enough to do anything about. I wasn't told the exact number. I've heard a lot of doctors don't give you any medication for underactive thyroid unless your TSH is over 10. I'm assuming mine might be around the 6-7 range? That seems like it would be considered "a little high", but it was also a gynecologist who told me that, so she's probably not that educated about endocrine disorders as, well, an endocrinologist might be. Do I have hope in finding an endocrinologist that will give me the proper medication even tho my TSH isn't astoundingly high?
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