Side Effects Of Increased Dosage Of Thyronorm From 25-75 Mcg

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Inderpal Says:
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Based on recent report on thyroid test... Thyroid increases from 14 to 23 ... And doctor increases the dosage from 25 mcg to 75 mcg. It's been 2 -3 days since i m taking the increased dosage. I'm working in a school too and due to which it i had too go through a lot of hard work. Now after the increment in dosage i m feeling very low. At morning 10 -11 of the day i am feeling like o have no energy in me.. I sleeping for atleast 5-6 hours...And between such hours I too wake up for 3 -4 times at night. Kindly enlighten me about the situation and tell me whether inc. i dosage can cause feeling low.



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Verwon Says:

That can be a normal side effect of this medication, according to NIH reports, you may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, hair loss, mood swings, and weight changes.

Are you on any other medications? Has there been any change?

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Inderpal Says:
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Except at night only a tablet of Bicasule (Multivitamin). Nothing else.

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Sona Says:
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Hello dr. I recently dignosed by self refference that my tsh level is 16.8 n t3 n t4 is in normal range. Please advise which dose of thyronorm will suit to reduce my thyroid related complication...

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Virgo Says:
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Hello. Dr m 35yrs old,female..now m taking 75mcg thyronorm ..7months back my tsh was 1.0 and at present my tsh S 2.30 .my doubt S should I continue the same dosage or have to see a doctor..m an outpatient of aiims hospital Delhi.. Plz reply

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