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How Much Ltyrosine Should I Take If I Have Hypothyroidism
It's best to be: Taken on an empty stomach, to insure consistent absorption. However, if you take it under the same conditions each day, and then check the levels, you can adjust the dose if necessary until it's appropriate. Make sure you're on brand name T4 replacement for consistency. Don't take within two hours of calcium, iron or vitamins. ...Read more
27mg daily: The typical diet confers 15 mg of elemental iron per day. The recommended daily dietary allowance of ferrous iron during pregnancy is 27 mg. Every patient will have a health screen questionnaire and blood tests at the beginning of pregnancy. Your ob/gyn will review these results and clarify your needs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
30mg/day: The recommended allowance for pregnant and breastfeeding women is 30mg/day. Iron absorption is actually enhanced during pregnancy, but because of a relative hemodilution coupled with increased oxygen needs, it's essential that the mother's iron stores be sufficient. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?: About 1000 iu/25# body wt per day should get the vit level checked aslo now and in ~3-4 mo go to vitamindcouncil.Org fro more very good info. ...Read more
Ok if i haven't been diagnose with ADHD and took concerta wud it give me energy if so how much do I need to take ?
If I take Synthroid (thyroxine) first thing in the morning, how long do I have to wait before I take Propranolol?
I tell my patients: thy need not wait: I think other MD's make too big a deal of separating these meds. Take them & see what your lab tests show. HRS, MD,FACC www.thepmc.org ...Read more
Difficult to know: Vit e, ( along with vitamin k) are the two fat soluble vitamins that require chylomicrons to transport them from the intestine to the liver. In many cases, even massive amounts of supplementation of vit. E will not raise levels to normal range. Vit a and d on the other hand can be supplemented much more effectively. Must check levels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ask your doctor: Check with your doctor, further testing may be necessary. The most common cause of iron deficiency anemia in women of child bearing age is menstruation; however, other more serious causes are possible and could be reversed. You should check with your doctor to find the cause of iron deficiency before your start treating it on your own. ...Read more
Dear sir. I have hypothyroidism and I take 100mcg of levothyroxine everyday.
Please tell me can I take iodine supplement, if I can how?
YouCanButCheckWithMD: I don't know if the salt in Afganistan is Iodised.If it is iodised than you do not need Iodine Supplement as 1 teaspoon of iodised salt ontains 400 micrograms of Iodine and you only need 200 micrograms per day. You can get your Idine level checked If you need supplement don't exceed 400 microgram a day But don't forget to ask your Doctor if it is ok to take ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will I die if don't take levothyroxine? I don't ever take it bc I take to much medication already and I need to take my depression meds before thyroid
Hypothyroidism: I understand of getting tired of taking too much medications. At age 21, problems and conflicts with parents, relationships with separations, work, Alcohol use and finances can cause Depression Not taking levothyroxine has led to increase in your depression See Endocrinologist, have blood test for Thyroid, get his advice. See Psychiatrist for Therapy and discuss not to take depression med. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Start taking it: The dose for this is based on your body mass and blood tests that reflect how your brain's feedback hormones detect it working.Geyt back on your med and call your doc to see if you should do anything more. Within a week or so your system should be back on track. ...Read more
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