I was diagnosed with a low thyroid problem, i was pregnat at the time and was immediately put on medication. i had medicaid insurance then and was prescribed the meds by my doctor. i don't have insurance now and haven't been on my medication since 11/10/2
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Psychiatry 26 years experience
If : If you can not pay for treatment for your hypothyroidism, have you considered contacting the las vegas outreach clinic; 1501 las vegas boulevard, northlas vegas, nv, 89101 at
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Internal Medicine 21 years experience
See below: Recommend repeat evaluation with repeat thyroid labs. If you have hypothyroidism, you will require thyroid replacement with Levothyroxine, which is an inexpensive medication and is on the Walmart 4 dollars/month prescription list.
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Last updated Jan 7, 2019
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