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WP thyroid can vary in its strength, even batch to batch.
In addition, it has more T3 than is normal. Good for some patients, bad for others.
First of all, you need to see what your TSH is.
Optimal for most people is around .8.
Above that, and you still might need more.
Below, you might need less.
You might actually need synthroid, a t4 preparation, which many people do better on.
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