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Synthroid vs. generic - Thyroid Disorders - MedHelp

I started on 50 mcg of synthroid about six weeks ago and have been really itchy with patches of bumps like I haven't seen before. Of course it may not be the best medication for me anyway, since some of the side effects could be anxiety (I'm already on meds for this), increased appetite (I'm already a compulsive overeater), feeling warmer than usual (I already am quite sensitive to the heat). Odd on the increased appetite, though at least you should be better able to deal with the increased caloric intake (one sn of hypothyroid is weht gain because your metabolism has slowed down and obviously synthroid is supposed to address that).

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Like most of you on this board who have received that diagnosis, I was terrified. Tylenol syringes are excellent for delivering crushed Levothyroxine. Soon, the CH diagnosis will just be an excuse to get ice cream after blood work. Teachers and school departments don't know much sometime and can treat children with this birth defect as special needs.

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Thyroid Madness? Apparently so. The Compounder's Forum

Hi all, I finally got my levels at a good spot on Tirosint (synthroid caused a lot of allergic reactions) but my insurance is changing and I need to switch to generic. From personal experience, it must be taken on an empty stomach.

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Recently active Synthroid forums and community discussion threads. I had 100mcg left so for 3 weeks took M-F 100mcg x 1 and then Sat and Sun took 100mcg x 2. I take tylenol pm to help me sleep, could this affect the synthroid. ## Hi Lucille, Conversion tools verify that 100mcg (micrograms) is actually equal to 0.1mg (millrams), so you should have nothing to worry about as far as taking the correct dosage is concerned. 0.1 mg Can i take percacet and synthroud at same time? The FDA classifies Percocet as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Yes, it is normal to change your dosage, or have you skip doses to try to keep you in the normal range and you should follow your doctor's instructions.

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