Lecoxyl And Tinnitus

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Anne Says:

When I started taking Levoxyl began noises in the ears. This tablet can be the cause of tinnitus?. You can change the prescription?.

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Ana Acevedo Says:

Tinnitus is caused by increased pressure in the ear due to sodium (According to my doctor), however, I suffer from hypothyroidism and I take Levoxyl tabl .. These tablets contain sodium, which has increased my Tinnitus. What can be done to reduce this?.

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Verwon Says:

The sodium is actually just the chemical salt they are based on and Tinnitus can be caused by several different things, not just sodium.

If you refer to the information here:


You'll see that it can have various underlying causes.

What advice has your doctor given you?


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