That is a strange one. It is legal for a doctor to prescribe any FDA approved medication even for treating a disease even if the FDA hasn't approved it for that use. Getting an insurance company to pay for it is a different matter.
It's possible that your doctor knows of some study that suggests that Victoza would work because of what kind of hypothriodism you have but I've never seen a study to suggest that. You need to talk to your doctor very seriously about this one.
It really makes no sense to me
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