Answer: Hello dear. Can understand your curosity and worry...
Thyroid if controlled and regularised will not cause any problem. ...its good that you have taken your treatment and now thyroid is under control...to continue the medicines or not this only your doctor can confirm. So pls meet doctor and follow the advice
Answer: Yes...if ur thyroid is controlled BT still u HV to continue ur medicine boz if u leave medicine may be ur thyroid level may be increased air decrease d...n one imp thing having any single doubly immediate consult ur Tyne..don't take any doubt n risk in ur mind... Tc & ,god bless.
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