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Hashi's and TSH

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I have high TPO antibodies indicative of Hashi's, but my TSH is pretty much always in range - except for a period of time when it was in the high 4s. For the last while it's been in the range of 1 something. I've seen some people say that anyone with Hashi's should be on thyroid replacement, but even if your TSH is okay? All the doctors I know would only prescribe synthroid if your TSH was out of range - in other words, they would prescribe it to treat the hypothyroidism resulting from Hashi's, not to treat the Hashi's itself.

Can synthroid help with Hashi's in the absence of elevated TSH?

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