... read on the instructions, NOT to take if you have thyroid disease. I am feeling so much better, and I hate to stop taking it - should I?
I would talk to my doctor Right Away! Some medications can actually speed up the process of a disease. Explain to the doctor that you read the precaution and it stated do not take if you have thyroid disease. He might have over looked the precaution. I would make a appointment as soon as possiable !They are stating the precaution for a reason. I wish you the very best and hope this is helpful to you in some way. Good luck
Does the doctor who prescribed thw Seroquil the same one that treats you for your thyroid? If so I would hope that he considered that when he gave it to you. Also if you use the same pharmacy they usually will alert you or your doctor if there is a contraindication with taking these medications together. I think I would call me pharmacy and ask them and if do not get a good answer call your doctors office I am sure one of the nurses there could help you. Good Luck and God bless I hope this was helpful. I hope you continue to feel good. Have a great Holiday Barb
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