mine are not working. TSH continuing to climb.
Are there Fake Synthroid pills being substitued for real?
- 3 Jan 2010 by find13
- 5 Jan 2010
- synthroid, hypothyroidism - after thyroid removal, hypothyroidism
Added 4 Jan 2010:
Been on Synthroid (brand name only) almost 18 years. Thyroid taken out because of Cancer. SUPER STRESS, non-stop, at least contributed to Pituitary gland also partially stopping a couple of years ago. They've gotten the TSH back to SUPPRESSED level a couple of times, then it takes off towards 30+ again...for months. I take the Synthroid at same time every day, HOURS after anything else and about 4 hours BEFORE anything else. It's still heading up, over 21 and climbing. Thyroid still not right either.
Thanks for any help.
There are generic medications that substitute for synthroid. Lexothyroine is just one I also insis on BRAND when it comes to snythroid and from working with doctors I know Brand is also their preference. Synthryoid is so
sensitive that a little piece cracked off of a pill could make a hugh difference it it's efficasy for that dose. Also Syntroid should be taken 1/2 hour before eating or 2 hours after this can afffect your tsh free t 4 levels. Are you changing doses and waiting 6-8 weeks and getiing retested again? Alot of things can effect your thyroid when you see your doctor let him know your concerns maybe he has a simple answer or can look to see if it if interacting with your other meds or medical conditions. I hope this helps goog luck and God Bless Barb
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