NNN; afternoon these are listed as side effects but rare but you still might want to check with your doctor side effects((( Hip or knee pain, and.pain or discomfort in the arms, jaw, back, or neck all of these are listed but it takes awhile as you bring up your blood level. Best of luck
NNN; Not a problem at all,Please feel free to come in and ask a question anytime.We have a lot of really great people here that are more than willing to help. Also, if the pain continues or gets worse call your doctor, I had my Thyroid go real bad on me last year and Just now am starting to get my levels right I am just taking the Levothyroxine but am on my 5th strength has been really upsetting. I am not sure but if you can handle INSDS like IBUPROFEN IT WORKS GREAT AND IS VERY CHEAP MANY OVER THE COUNTER BUT REMEMBER TO TAKE IT WITH FOOD. But make sure with your doctor I don't know that much about Hashimoto's we don't need to cause any extra problems. Have a good day.But really don't worry they well be able to figure something out for you.
I'm not really in the same condition, I have CFS and my mom has Hashimoto's and takes Tirosint with great success. She's never had a CFS diagnosis, but I've wondered since my diagnosis if she too has CFS.
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