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    Hi Jessie, I do get occasional numbness in my upper thighs. I've read it's normal. I'm hoping that as I adjust up to the right dose of Tirosint the numbness will go away. Are you taking any levothhroxine?

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    I have had numbness in my lrgs for several years.

    Have tried to fine the answer as to why it's happening with no success.

    I have thyroid medications, been on the for a very long time, had heart operation over 4 years ago.

    If you get some kind of reply about it, please let me know.

    Pamela

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