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Medicine For Hypothyroidism
I have to go off of my medicine for hypothyroid for over a month for an uptake scan. I'm nervous about the side effects of being off for so long. Should i be worried?
Hypothyroidism : Unusual causes of drug-induced hypothyroidism include: Amiodarone Eating a large amount of iodine-containing seaweed Nitroprusside Perchlorate Povidone iodine (Betadine) Sulfonylureas Drugs which used to treat hyperthyroidism could do it ,too like PTU, (propylthiouracil) radioactive iodine, potassium iodide, and methimazol. Hypothyroidism is not uncommon among women. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I continue taking garcinia cambogia tablets while I am taking medicine for hypothyroidism? Will it help ?
I take medicine for hypothyroid and value remains normal with medicine,even then i am haveing pcod,why so,i m not even obese i am 31 f unmarried ?
BP meds and thyroid: All anti-hypertensive medications, used only to treat it have no effect on the thryoid gland. Amieorderone, which is used to treat irregular heart beats can cause hypothryodism. So, if you are not on it, any thryorid hypoactivity is probably not caused by your blood pressure medicines. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For the past 5months I have less bleeding during periods. Periods are regular. Taking regular medicine for hypothyroidism and thyroid levels are fine.
5 weeks pregnant. Endometriosis treated.Also taking medicines for hypothyroidism. Could masturbation harm early pregnancy? Just stimulation.
If i take medicine for hypothyroidism, would the symptoms i already have (weight gain, thinning hair, constipation) go away? Or are they permanent?
They should improve: Those symptoms are a result of your body not having enough thyroid hormone. By taking medicine you are REPLACING that missing hormone. Once the medicine gets to a steady & appropriate level for you, then your body is no longer hypothyroid (as long as you keep taking the medicine), and the symptoms improve. Keep in mind, though, that it can take weeks or even months to get to that steady state. ...Read more
taking medicine of hypothyroidism since 2week,
nipples are discharging now,
color is pale white.
what is the reason?
Is it Galactorrhea?
YES GALACTORRHEA: Yes you can get Galactorrhea in Thyroid disorder with elevated TSH due to Hypothyroidism as it is known to increase Prolactin Level After treatment with Thyroid Hormone therapy the Prolactin level comes down as TSH comes to normal level and Galactorrhea will stop ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can levothyroxine medicine, that treats hypothyroidism, can be used without prescription in the us?Is it OTC medicine in the us?
Levothyroxine: No. It is not used with out prescription and not over the counter medicine. Thanks. ...Read more
I have lost my insurance 12 months ago. I have not been able to get Synthroid (thyroxine) medicine for my hypothyroidism. Im experiencing side affects. Er visit?
Low Thyroid: I would very much recommend that, since u apparently are uncomfortable. ...Read more
What's the best medicine to treat hypothyroidism during pregnancy? I'm on Synthroid (thyroxine) should I take cytomel too?
What migraine medicine can I take with hypothyroidism? I take NDT daily for hypo. Is there something OTC
Whats a better hypothyroid medicine. cytomel (liothyronine) or levothyroxin? i am on levothyroxin but heard it only raises t4 and not t3
Hypothyroid: Relax! Just make sure that you are taking the correct dose of Levothyroxin. As you begin thyroid medicine, you should have your doctor check your T4 every month or so until you and the doctor are convinced that your levels are OK. Won't take long to decide. ...Read more
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