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Hypothyroidism symptoms linger despite medication use, normal blood tests

(Rush University Medical Center) Research conducted at Rush published in JCEM found that individuals on levothyroxine who had normal TSH levels were significantly more likely to be taking antidepressants than peers with normal thyroid function, and were also less physically active, suggesting lower energy levels, and weighed about 10 pounds more than peers of the same height even though they consumed fewer calories, after adjustments for body weight.
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