Anyway, I'm conflicted. Part of me is lazy and is ok going on the path of least resistance, as long as I like and trust my doctor. Another part of me feels like I've been "medicalized" without my consent. Is there some happy medium I can work towards? What questions do I ask? Is hypothyroid as long as it is monitored properly 'high risk'?
I'm surprised you are classified as high risk just for that. I would think monitoring your levels and adjusting your dose as needed would be enough. Are there any other factors they are using for the classification?
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