Yes. Thyroid hormone is perfectly safe during nursing or pregnancy. Thyroid hormone levels should be monitored closely however as they can change during and after pregnancy.
Safe. Levoxyl (thyroxine) is one of the thyroid replacement medications. Since it is the same as the thyroid hormone normally produced by your own thyroid gland, it is safe to take during pregnancy and during breastfeeding. A normal maternal thyroid hormone level is important for the development of the fetus.
I have severe pain in right side kidney. Can't even turn sides at night. Breastfeeding and taking Synthroid (thyroxine) and cytomil.
Flank pain. Consider UTI and kidney stone. A urinalysis will help.
When pregnant, my dr changed my levoxyl (thyroxine) from 50 to 75. It's been 7 months since I had my baby and I'm still on 75. Should I check on dosage?
Yes. It would be a good idea to get it checked as levels and dosage requirements often change with pregnancy.
Yes. Not only is it safe, but if you were taking Synthroid (thyroxine) before your pregnancy, it is crucial to continue your Synthroid (thyroxine) during your pregnancy. Hypothyroidism (low thyroid disease) during pregnancy is a common medical condition. Your ob/gyn will check your thyroid hormone level throughout your pregnancy to maintain an adequate level.
Yes. Levothyroxine of any brand is necessary for the treatment of hypothyroidism especially during pregnancy. Your TSH should be checked during each trimester as the average woman needs 1 1/2 times more thyroxine during the last trimester.
Ubiquanol. I am unaware of any literature that progibits use of ubiquanol with thyroid medicine. If you are pregnant, congratulations, you still can take ubiquanol.
No evidence safe or. Evidence of any of benefit, only ads for sales. The key role of ubiquinone is within mitochondria. While taking additional can increase concentrations in blood plasma, there is no evidence of this changing concentrations within the mitochondria & clinical trials have not shown benefit. See: https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Coenzyme_Q10 & https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/NADH_dehydrogenase_ (ubiquinone).
Very safe. Ubiquinol is found in every cell of our body, in fact life as we know it would not be possible without CoQ10. There are no known interactions with thyroxine and it is safe in pregnancy. It has many proven benefits: https://ubiquinol. Org/ubiquinol-coq10-supplement-facts Many people on thyroxine (T4) benefit from the addition of Liothyronine (T3)- see http://tinyurl. Com/n4zmkro.
Caution. A pubmed search indicates several studies that show coenzyme Q10 levels may afffect circulating hormone levels including thyroid hormone. Indeed, hypothyroidism is correlated with high levels of coq10 in many studies so I would avoid this supplement. The FDA does not regulate supplements and its educational to know that doctors do not know of all drug/supplement interactions if not studied.