I don't think your GP will prescribe if your TSH is too low to be diagnosed. Dr Peatfield cannot as he is no longer licenced.
High antibodies are not reduced by medication but they can be helped by changing diet to gluten-free method which has helped members reduce the attack of the antibodies on their thyroid gland.
I don't think any doctors bother about high antibodies. I believe they'd wait till you became hypothyroid (this is my own opinion) by observing your TSH alone.
In the UK doctors are required to only prescribe levothyroxine if the TSH reaches 10. In the USA we'd get a prescription when TSH is 3+.
If you email firstname.lastname@example.org she has a list of sympathetic doctors and I'd have blood test results with the ranges to take with me.
If you have thyroid antibodies you have an Autoimmune Thyroid Disease.
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