Euthyrox Weight Gain Weight Loss

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Riela Says:


I have been taking euthyrox 50ug and 100ug. 1day 50ug and 1 day 100ug for the pas 22 months due to Eltroxin being out of stock. My Thyroid was removed 17 years ago. I was diagnosed with Graves disease. I have lost a lot of weight since I have been on Euthyrox, is that normal, it never happed when I was on Eltorxin, I actually gained weight whe I was on Eltroxin. in 2014 I weighed 78 kg at the moment I weight only 55.7kg. According to my BMI my weight is in order and I have my TFT tests done evey 6 months. Is it possible to loose weight due to Euthyrox. I have heard of so many other people who also lost weight whilst on Euthyrox. I have had all cancer indicator tests, blood tests ie. diabetes, cholesterol (LDL showed a little higher than normal bot not serious.) I am taking Simvastatin for this. Can I continue with the Simvastation although the tests show normal now. I am 57 years old, weight 55.7kg hight is 1.69m.

My main concern is the EUthyrox - weight loss matter as I am now getting to thin. Is this normal. I have anxiety sometimes, fast/rapid heart rate, heart palputations. My appetite is quite good and I am trying to eat as healthy as possible.

Please help if possible with some information on my questions.



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