Levothyroxine is listed at 88ug/1. I've always ordered 88mcg. What is the difference?
Levo is measured in micrograms, mcg. Unless you've seen it written in the greek letter that stands for micro. It could look like a weird μ.
In other words, mcg and μg both mean microgram.
- Levothyroxine Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Levothyroxine (detailed)
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