... thyroid problem. Question is: when should these two pills be taken? Both together or at seperate times of the day?
30 Apr 2011
Try to separate the times you take these (they don't actually interact but just to avoid any absorption interactions - if there may be any).
It is best to take levothyroxine as soon as you get up (on an empty stomach) and have breakfast at least 30 minutes after taking the pills.
Accupril you could probably take after breakfast... but try and take it at the same time each day.
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