I have been on thyroid medicine 30 years and have been on every dose which keeps changing. I thought I would try generic again I have tried generic about 5 times in 30 years hoping the inactive ingredients have changed. I don't think they have going to go back on Synthroid I think
I changed from Synthroid to Nature-Throid years ago. I had too many side effects on Synthroid, even though I was taking name brand at the time. Nature-Throid contains T4, same as Synthroid does, but a plus for Nature-Throid is that it also contains T3, T1, and T2, which all help the body to assimilate the hormone properly. I guess that is why it is more effective in treating my hypothyroidism for me.
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- Side Effects of Synthroid (detailed)
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