Question: My TSH levels seem extremely low to me. It’s 0.24 mIU/L. I am completely freaked out right now! Is it dangerous for my my TSH levels to be so low?
Answer: Although hyperthyroidism is less common than hypothyroidism, you are not alone in your condition. The symptoms of hypothyroidism usually are not as bad as hypothyroidism, but can be somewhat dangerous since it includes rapid heart rate, trembling hands, nervousness, insomnia, and a host of other symptoms.
Luckily, hyperthyroidism can be controlled through medication (such as Tapazole). Fortunately you were able to catch the problem in time. More often than not, symptoms develop slowly over time and people don’t realize they have any problem until the problem becomes severe.