I am taking 115 mg T4 and 10mg T3 daily and I feel reasonably okay. But my annual check has come round and now I need the 'TSH is suppressed' conversation. GP wants me to reduce my dose due to suppressed TSH. Its been suppressed for some years and so far I have avoided reducing the dose, but as I am 58 and 'menopausal' GP are getting agitated. Recently I decided to reduce my T4 from 125 daily as I was getting some occasional mild palpitations, which have now stopped, and I don't want to reduce further as when I reduced it to 100 mg t4 I felt bad.
Please has anyone any articles which dispute the link between suppressed TSH and osteoporosis and/or indicate that taking some T3 can suppress TSH.
I feel okay and am also doing weight bearing exercise.