ea0028p121 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2012
, Hawkins Anna
, Nikookam Kash
We report a case of a female patient who presented aged 37yr with tiredness, weight gain and oligomenorrhea. Biochemically she was diagnosed with primary hypothyroidism with a TSH 10.9 mu/L and free-T4 8.2 pmol/L (10.522.0); she was commenced onto Thyroxine 50 mcg once a day (OD). Six months later her thyroid function tests improved with a TSH 2.2 mu/L and free-T4 13.0 pmol/L, however she felt her symptoms had worsened. The dose of thyroxine was increased to 75 mcg OD. ...