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side effects of thyroxine sodium and wafarin when taken together
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i have pulmonary embolism for the last 18 months and have been taking warfarin 10mg sometime 12 mg depending on the INR value at 6pm everyday. Now i have been diagonised with thyroditis and been prescribed 50mcg of Thyronorm-thyroxine sodium tablets ip which is taken every morning. I would like to know the side effects of the two tablets . ## The side effects don't normally change when medications are taken together, however, they can aggravate each other, in some cases, making the side effects worse, so you do need to watch for that. Wararin, a generic for Coumadin, is a blood thinner. It's side effects can include: nausea, dizziness and hemmorhage. You can read more on it here: Thyroxine is a thyroid hormone. Side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness and weight gain. You ca... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Warfarin.
Thu, Jul 26 '12, 5:06 PM
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thyroxine sodium tablets i.p thyronorm 25 mcg ## i want to know about the side effects of thyroxine as i am taking 50mg daily from last 5 years and suffering from lots of problems since 2-3 years day by day its increasing ## iam suffering from hypothyroid which was detected 3 weeks ago n my doctor prescribed 100 mcg thyronorm directly.plz let me know d sideeffects of such a high dosage if any? ## My wife is carrying and she is in her 9th week, after a blood test i was surprised that the thyroid of her is 13.54, in some web sites it is mentioned as for adults it is fine to have thyroid up to 14.00, here in india we are told that max thyroid should be up to 5. Please some one answer me which is correct? Is it normal that during pregnancy thyroid is more? By the way... she is taking a tabl... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Thyroid.
Wed, Jul 13 '11, 2:38 AM


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