Hypothrodism After Post Treatment Of Hepatitis C

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taimoor Says:

hi everyone ,
i am suffering from hypothyroidism after treatment of interferon before five month my hepatitis is negative during treatment after 12 week and when i have finished my treatment i am testing after 3 month of treatment its negative by blessing of God,the two side effects appear at the end of treatment one is h . pylori bacterial infection and hypothyroidism with very high range its at 185,my doc give two week treatment of h,plyori infection and start thyroxine medicine for hypothyroidism,i have all the symptom of hypothyroidism present in my body,one big problem before interferon i have lower abdominal pain in my left side and my doc said that ignore this pain its not with hcv , at that time he did not understand the cause of this pain may be this pain is hypothyroidism i have exist this before my treatment and after treatment interferon trigger hypothyroidism more power and its level reach so high,after treatment for two month my level of down at 80 now it still on it form last 5 month its not come down now my dose is 200 mg per day and i have some problem clear and some are not i have still lower abdominal left side pain and i am also lose my weight little an dry skin is dry and change in his coloured turned little dark from fair colour so please tell me any one else has a same problem with hypo i am also not much energy to do my daily work
thanks i am waiting for replies ..

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Taimoor! How are you feeling? Have things gotten better, yet?

Yes, the symptoms you've described are those typically noted by people with thyroid problems and taking the medication to treat them, thus they might be being contributed to by both.

Learn more Levothyroxine details here.

However, as your levels continue to improve and things balance back out, they should start to ease off and you should feel better. If not, please contact your doctor.

Are there any other questions or concerns?

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