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May jurceka. Should thyroxine be 50 mg? Is 50 mcg same as 0.05 mg? What should the prescription be? And, need to schedule appointment. Thanks.
Hi, I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism 19 years ago, and was successfully treated with a combo of synthroid and cytomel, with periodic adjustments during the years. A few years ago I lost my health insurance and was getting my thyroid prescription from a
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A fertility specialist wrote my wife a prescription for Synthroid (thyroxine) for a TSH of 2.9, borderline. Previous test was 2.1. What about retesting first?
More than 1 approach: As she is trying to conceive, and a "normal" TSH in early pregnancy is under 2.5, it's reasonable to treat with synthroid (thyroxine). If retesting instead i would check thyroid hormones and thyroid antibodies to decide if treatment is needed. If you undergo ivf i would treat as elevated estrogen levels increase thyroid hormone binding protein and raises tsh. Untreated women may get more miscarriages with ivf. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Last year I got miscarriage and I am identified with hypothyroidism and I am taking thyroxine as per doctor prescription. This month april I am suspec?
Clarify: Are you saying this month you suspect you could be pregnant? I don't know what your question is; please clarify. ...Read more
Hyperthyroidism: If you are hyperthyroid, it will cause symptoms; common ones are heat intolerance, palpitations, nervousness, tremor, diarrhea, irritability. It causes bone loss (osteoporosis) over time. It places a stress on your heart, which may be tolerated when young, but not with aging. It can be treated, but you may need to see an endocrinologist. ...Read more
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