I have Hashimoto's thyroid and have been taking Eugenol since last year. The two antibodies I checked before were elevated, and the last two times I checked, my thyroxine was also elevated.Thank you!
This test result is a bit contradictory, thyroxine is a bit high, but thyrotropin is still at 3.39, so it should be lowered to below 2.5.Therefore, the dose of eugenol should not be reduced, but increased a little.
Previously, your thyroxine was high, but thyroid stimulating hormone is within the normal range of this case preparation recommended eugenol dose temporarily do not need to regulate, regular review to see how usually keep a good mood, appropriate exercise, eat more protein food.
If you have Hashimoto's thyroiditis and have been taking Eugenol since last year, and your thyroxine has increased in the last two tests, it is recommended that you continue to take Eugenol at your current dosage and have your thyroid function checked regularly, as well as having your blood and liver functions checked.