Ebexid Side Effects

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Ebexid During Pregnancy
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Hi, My Wife is 20 Week pregnancy and on 18th week Dr, Asked for TSH Test and THS level is 3.6. She put some extra weight approx 7-8 KG with in 18 week of pregnancy. Then Dr. Prescribe Ebexid daily 1 tablet in to morning. we have taken it 6 days and then we visit to another Dr. and She asked to stop the tablet. I just want to know how safe Ebexid is? And we should continue take it or not. One thing I notice after taking Ebexid my wife is not putting so much weight. Thanks ## Hi Shant Jain, As far as side-effects go, Ebexid may cause allergy and gastrointestinal intolerance, especially in higher dosages. The side effects of thyroid (in Ebexid) additionally includes fatigue, increased appetite, weight loss, heat intolerance, fever, excessive sweating, hair loss, flushing, decreased bone mi... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Tue, Feb 02 '16, 6:53 AM

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