Usually not (c12, Q10). However, if there is a good chance that this may be the last cycle it may be worth going back up an increment (or perhaps two if necessary) for a day or so to bring the temperature back up, before decelerating and continuing the wean as suggested in c12. Sometimes increasing the T3 back up one or two increments is not successful in recapturing the temperature. I believe this is usually because the T3 level has become destabilized. In such cases, it may be necessary to go back to Module 2: Cycling up (increasing the T3 according to its rules), and perhaps to give a stabilizing T4 test dose to recapture the patient’s temperature and clinical status. If this approach still doesn’t recapture the temperature, it probably won’t be recaptured until the cycle is weaned completely and another cycle is started.