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User Reviews for Unithroid

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Hashimoto's disease
10
   
1 review 24 medications
Underactive Thyroid
10
   
1 review 32 medications
Hypothyroidism, After Thyroid Removal
4.0
   
3 reviews 26 medications
Summary of Unithroid reviews 6.4 5 reviews

Reviews for Unithroid

For Underactive Thyroid "I was on generic Levothyroxine for just about under a year or so. At first it was ok. Then when I recently went to get my refill the pills had a very strong odor. It's hard to describe. Like a strange mix between a chemical smell and dirty feet. Makes you want to gag when taking them. I learned about Unithroid from a family member and asked my doctor to change me to Unithroid. It is really reasonable ($) like the generic but Unithroid has no nasty smell. I also just found out that it is made in the USA so that's cool. I am happy about switching over."

   
10

otaku-guy (taken for less than 1 month) August 29, 2018

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For Hypothyroidism, After Thyroid Removal "This medication gave me severe gastric upset. And it messed up my levels so bad. I was on Sandoz brand for years and got switched to this. All of a sudden I'm severely overdosed. This med does absorb better then most so doctors beware."

   
2.0

Tabbyknight January 20, 2018

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For Hashimoto's disease "I take it in the morning and with the help of my Dr. my numbers have been stable."

   
10

Shafett September 20, 2016

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For Hypothyroidism, After Thyroid Removal "My thyroid was removed in 1978 due to cancer. I started out on Armour but was eventually switched over to Synthroid. I have had no side effects from the drug and my doctor and I have been happy with the results. Frequent blood monitoring dictated that I alternate between 175mcg and 150mcg doses per day in order to fine tune my "numbers.""

   
9.0

Tom140721105 (taken for 10 years or more) August 26, 2016

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For Hypothyroidism, After Thyroid Removal "I get sick, angry and depressed from the medicine. I get migraines, I can't take it but through my research I am going to ask for Armour , it is natural but it replaces two hormones and you do need a prescription"

   
1.0

Nadiakash February 6, 2016

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