Levoxyl Ingredient List

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Lori Says:


List of all ingredients in 50 mcg white tablet



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David Says:

Levoxyl contains the active ingredient Levothyroxine, which is a thyroid hormone.

There are actually at least a few different 50 mcg white tablets, so I'm only going to post the inactive ingredients of one of them, so you can get an idea of what else they put in their.

Inactive Ingredients:
butylated hydroxyanisole
silicon dioxide
crospovidone
magnesium stearate
mannitol
microcrystalline cellulose
povidone
sodium lauryl sulfate
sucrose

I hope this helps to answer your question!

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Verwon Says:

In the name brand Levoxyl, aside from the Levothyroxine active ingredient, the inactive ingredients are listed as:

Microcystalline cellulose, croscarmellose sodium and magnesium stearate.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Levothyroxine/­

Is there anything else I can help with?

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DeeAnnita Says:
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Hashimotos thyroiditis patients beware of the fillers and Crospovidone/Povidones in your thyroid medications!
I was diagnosed with Hashimotos Thyroiditis over 20 years ago and I took Levoxy that whole time and did great on that brand of medication. Levoxyl was taken off the market as everyone knows back in 2013 and that was the start of my throid hell! I was switched to Levothyroxine by Lannett- Walgreens brand. I had a very bad allergic reaction due to the iodine and acacia in the pill. Then I switched to levothyroxine by mylan- Target Store brand and I had another bad allergic reaction due to the Crospovidone and Povidones(non organic iodine) in the pill. Finally I discovered Levoxy is back on the market again so I rushed out to change my medicine back to levoxyl. Come to find out some patients that have Hashimotos Thyroiditis can be very sensitive even allergic to Iodine and Acacia! Many endocrinologist advise their patients to stay way from Iodine and any foods that contain Iodine. Iodine can actually inflame the thyroid even more in some patients. I have had great success using Levoxyl with no side effects. I pray it never goes off the market again!

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marion Says:

i was on that years ago and i have hashimotos for about 20 years and i tried many different types of thyroid hormone and i am always tingling and i feel sensations coming out of me and i have tried another doctor but i keep going back to the same one is it me or the doctor i was off for a week and now he put me back on levoxyl 50 as of today i hope it works this time

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Marion Says:
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Ism now on 50 mcg of synthyroid and itching what is the ingredients I'm the white tablets

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