Hi, I'm confused, here is my story, I have nodules on my thyroid, (these were found as a result of an ultrasound scan on my neck for something not connected with my thyroid). Up until that point I had no idea there was a problem. The advice was to take Levothyroxine 50mg/day in the hopes that it would replace and stop my thyroid working and in return reduce the size of the nodules. Bloods were taken originally TSH was 2.89, T3 3.38 and T4 9.99. I followed this recommendation, blood tested in October for TSH 3rd generation level and it was 0.18, then same tested again in Jan 2017 and level 0.54, then May another blood test for the same was done level now 1.82. I have never been told if I am hypo/hyper or whatever, so I am confused!! My TSH 3rd generation level seems to be getting higher, I'm not sure what that means, I have to have another blood test in July and also another ultrasound scan as well. Is there anyone in the group who is like me and has ended up on medication? I too have trouble losing weight, I talked to my GP about this and didn't get anywhere.... Can I just stop taking levothyroxine as it's only a low dose, or do I need to up my dose which may in turn decrease the nodules and aid weight loss? It may seem that I am only concerned with weight loss, but that is not the case, I can't and don't want to have an uphill battle with weight gain.