Side Effects Of Tab. Thyronorm 25

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Jaya Says:

I have been prescribed Thyronorm 25 for 4 months. My TSH is 5.43. My thyroid antibody test is positive. I want to know what are the sideeffects. Do I take this only for 3 months for lifelong.

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Verwon Says:

On how long you will have to take, you will need to consult your doctor. They should do more testing, after you've been on it for awhile and update your usage of it accordingly.

The side effects to this medication may include: nausea, dizziness, hair loss and weight changes.

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Kumud Says:

I have recently started thronorm 25mcg since last 3 weeks. I am suffering from low hear beats of about 62 with mild headache.
Can it be side effect of drug ?
what precaution I should take?

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nikhara Says:

i am diagnonised for hypothyroid for last 8 months due to infection of last check up, my T3 was 0.43, T4 was 1.87 and TSH was >100. Since then i am on thyronorm 50 mcg . i find that my blood pressure in the morning at 5 AM after getting up is 155 /85 and my pulse rate is 52.I took the tablet at 4 AM as on every day.I also have changed my bio rhythem and can not get sleep at night but feel sleepy in day time specially after lunch at 1 pm.

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jj Says:

I'm in my 3rd month of pregnancy and my tsh level done before conceiving was 2.7, but last week my doctor told me I have to take thyronorm during my whole pregnancy. Pls help as my tsh level fall under normal level and dont want to take that medicine unnecessarly

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Lata Says:

I have been prescribe tab-Thyronorm qn 7.13 have this tab any sideeffects and how long i have to take

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malavikamenon Says:

antithyroid drugs have adverse effects are allergic reactions,jaundice and headache.Agranulocytosis is rare

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