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  • Anonymous
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      Hi,
      yup, I did the alternating thing for over a year. It worked fine and I had my levels checked every two months. After about 12 months or so, they showed to be a little high and so I stuck to one dose. That was about 6 months ago or so and now just that one dose is all I need. I guess it’s good to keep getting the levels checked every few months. Anyway, just wanted you to know that I too had the alternating doses and had no problems. Good luck!
      Trish

      Anonymous
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        I took alternating doses of thyroid replacement for a while. Didn’t notice any problems with it.

        Anonymous
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          Good Afternoon Lynn:

          I have been taking either synthroid or levothyroxine for about
          4 years. I have never alternated the dosage before. (I had been on the same dosage for about
          a year and a half of (200mcgs)My TSH level was .1. Normal for my lab is .3-5.0.
          was advised yesterday at an endo appt. about lowering the medication as I
          have now become hyper again. Hope this helps to answer my question.
          Thanks
          Dee

          I have been taing

          Anonymous
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            I have not been alternating doses, but when my dosage needs upped my endo has me take an extra pill on Sunday. I currently take 10 tablets per week with no problems.

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