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Can Synthroid (thyroxine) be taken together with glucosamine?

Can Synthroid (thyroxine) be taken together with glucosamine?

Synthroid-glucosamin: It is best to always take synthroid (thyroxine) first thing in the am, without taking anything else or eating for at least one hour. Taken at a different time, glucosamine is safe to take. ...Read more

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Dr. Abdolmohammad Rostami
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Glucosamine (Definition)

Glucosamine is one of several nutritional supplements that may aid in cartilage healing. There is not conclusive ...Read more


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Can i also take Synthroid in the a.M. With my Lexapro (escitalopram) and glucosomine/chondroitin?

Can i also take Synthroid in the a.M. With my Lexapro (escitalopram) and glucosomine/chondroitin?

Not at the same time: Thyroid should be taken separately from other meds or food. 30 minutes before with coffee; shower, dress, then eat. This is what i do! ...Read more

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I am 45 years old and have osteoarthrities, can I take glucosamine and celadrin together?

It's ok: Compared to the chondroitin/glucosamine supplements celadrin is much less helpful. I see no reason they could not be used togrther. I would rec stop one & start celadrin and see what the see what the effect is, after 2 wks then add your glucosamine program 2 it & c if the @ give you the best result. ...Read more

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My husband, former linebacker, has osteolysis in his collarbone and also slipped disks in his back. Can he take glucosamine and calcium together?

Yes.but: This combination is fine. I am not a fan of supplemental calcium as there are more issues with this supplemental than benefits. ...Read more

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Taking glucosamine chondroitin, hyaluronic acid, collagen, resveratrol supplements for back. Will taking all these together create liver issues?

What is diagnosis?: That's always the most important place to start. Have you had an evaluation for cause of back pain with an allopathic doc, or a rheumatologist? Back pain in 28 year olds sometimes can be due to autoimmune arthritis, and the treatments available are far better than your current regimen. Glucosamine is a proven therapy, the rest are likely a waste of money. Consider getting a rheumatology opinion. ...Read more

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Dr. Joseph Mathews
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Synthroid (Definition)

Synthroid is a thyroid ...Read more


Dr. David Sneid
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Thyroxine (Definition)

Thyroxine is a thyroid ...Read more