Your Dr actually reduced your dosage. .15 mg = 150 mcgs. So you should set the .15mg aside in case he needs to readjust your dosage in the future. I have : 125, 150 and 175 mcg pills here, as every once in a while my labs change and so does my dosage. I always take it as a good sign when your dose is reduced, as I take it that your body is 'leveling out', and no problems requiring a higher dose. And one plus to thyroid meds is that they are among the cheapest medications out there (along with allopurinol for gout). I hope that I have been of assistance.
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