Levothorazine , Low Tsh And Itchy Rash

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Charlie Says:


I have been on Levothyroxine for 20 years. three years ago I developed a very itchy rash been on steroids, changed detergents and used many creams recently went off a steroid cream which caused thinning of my skin with blood spots and tearing of my skin. Recently had more blood test and my TSH is .500 could the rash be from too much medication?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Charlie! How are you doing?

What dosage are you on?

Have you seen an allergist/immunologist?

It's very difficult to say why such a thing happens to anyone. It could be related to the medication, your thyroid condition, or not related to either one.

What does your doctor think?

Learn more Levothyroxine details here.

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