get these at night and sometimes while I am standing or setting
Hello numbers. I am not certain what you mean by high levels of levothyroxine. However, this is a hormone that is natural to the body and must be present. The more you receive the lower your TSH lab test.
If these cramps are new, please call your physician. Levothyroxine does not cause problems, except in very rare circumstances. My question to you is are you taking your daily calcium? Lack of calcium can cause leg cramps. A blood test will provide the answer.
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