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you have mg which would be 20mcgs so not sure as the pill comes in 25mcgs if it's Synthroid. When was your surgery? I, too, have papillary and take it for supression.
yes - fine to take the synthroid w/ this regimen.
When i has hyper or since surgery my sleeping hasnt changed Im ALWAYS tired. My endo put me on 100 mcg of synthroid on 3/9/13 and off i went. About two weeks taking synthroid i develpoed this rash that looked like the measles which would come and go every two weeks for the first two months and my joint pain was awefull. I called my endo and she said i have to give it more time to my body to get use to the meds.
Hi, I was wondering if anyone takes synthroid at night rather then morning ?? I have a very unbalanced sleep schedule, sometimes I wake early in the morning, and sometimes at noon. It varies from 8am to noon. So my morning schedule is not consistent. Is it okay to just take synthroid whenever I wake up ? Or just take it everyday at noon ? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
So I was put on Synthroid because my TSH, (only test they did) was 17.5 Triglycerides were high, good cholestrol low, etc, etc, After being on synthroid, TSH says 2.89 NO WEIGHT LOSS, STILL losing tons of hair, and my Triglycerides and everything is still bad. So why continue to take the synthroid? What is it helping? I just can't see putting a drug in my body if nothing is improving. I can be fat, without synthroid or with it.
Did you know soy, fiber, cottonseed meal, and walnuts can affect your body’s absorption of Synthroid? If you eat any of these on a regular basis, check with your doctor.
High fiber foods, walnuts, cottonseed meal and soy products can inhibit the absorption of the synthroid, so you should either avoid them, or make sure there's several hours separation between the synthroid and those foods.
I was wondering if this could have affected my dose of Synthroid or if I probably need a dosage change. Thanks in advance.
Hi! I'm new to MedHelp.org - just starting to realize that I need better help than my current Dr. can provide. Self-research seems to be the obvious first step. By way of history, I am currently taking Synthroid and Cytomel, plus Zoloft for my "false sense of anxiety." Zoloft helps with Seratonin levels, and my research suggests that diet with Bananas and Walnuts also helps.
Your pharmacist is incorrect!! This is from Mayo Clinic: "It is best to take this medicine on an empty stomach. Take it with a full glass of water at least 30 minutes to 1 hour before eating breakfast.
I had used flax seed ( high in Omega 3) in the past with the results of heartburn. Recently ( a few days ago) I was eating walnuts ( rich source of omega 3..
I was reading that I could add 1 cup of dry Cheerios to some homemade trail mix (unsalted almonds, walnuts, cashews, maybe some raisins, etc.) for 10% of my calcium too. I was thinking of having 1 cup of calcium-fortified orange juice per day as well, which would get me right around 50%. Any other suggestions? I'm not really big on fruit juice, but of course I do need calcium so I'd be willing to take it.
After going to this prestigious endo my GP swore by who took me off my Armour and put me on synthroid and cytomel he finally put me back on armour. Syntroid just made me feel sick and dizzy etc. I hope this is a better time around. Nothing seems to sastify my body but i did do the best on armour, so this endo who has never and wont prescribe armour said im a special case who he will give it to.haha.Cause if he he doesnt my GP will. lol.
overall i feel much better than before when i was on synthroid, but since on Armour, i have a few things to complain: 1. headache, comes and goes but bothersome. 2. nausea: i few time i thought i was pregnant 3. shakiness i am on half grain for 2 month now, i was on 100 mcg synthroid before i switched, i started one grain but felt too much, then i cut down to half grain.
, I take my synthroid with coffee and milk and it isn't the best way to take it .. I don't eat for 1/2 hr .. which is good .. so as long as I am consistent I am ok .. with Armour, though, I am clueless.
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I also have hypothyroidism (treated with synthroid) and high ldl cholesterol, which I am currently trying to control with dietary changes. It took me several years to convince my family doctors that my weight gain was not due to overeating before they finally checked my thyroid. I have only managed to lose 10 pounds in the year since starting the thyroid treatment, but for now I'm just glad I'm no longer gaining it. The abdominal pain started in my very early 20's with raw carrots.
My blood work was so bad in to the hypo scales thatnthey immediately stRted me on synthroid. With in 24 hours I started to have issues with the Meds however the dr would not try anything else. I went 6 months of hell-0 yes my tsp was creep in back down from 100 but I was not feeling any better, I actually felt worse. Even though I was extremely hypo I actually felt better with no Meds compared to being on them.
I’ve read several places, including the drug pamphlet for my med that walnuts should be avoided or eaten very spaced apart from taking thyroid meds -they can interfere with its absorption. The same goes for cottonseed meal, dietary fiber and the soybean flour in baby formula. So, great, even more foods to look out for while being treated for thyroid disease!
Can not having a thyroid due to a thyroidectomy make you more emotional years after having one? I am on 125 MCG of Synthroid and since the last 3 years, my emotions have been going off the charts. I also am Post menopausal about 5 or 6 years and my doctor has done nothing about that either. Is there anything out there that can get my emotions in check and help me feel like me again? I am already on Viibryd for depression / anxiety but I feel like I am going crazy.
This does not surprise me because Soy flour products are listed on the prescribing information of Synthroid (brand name for levothyroxine sodium), (and the Australian equivalent) under Drug Interactions. See; www.synthroid.com under 'Prescribing Information' Apparently soy flour, cotton seed meal, walnuts, and dietary fiber may bind and decrease the absorption of levothyroxine sodium (drug name)from the GI tract.
I have a bowl of organic oatmeal, with handfuls of walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and raisins everyday. And I try to eat some beans with lunch or dinner, and a good organic wheat bread or roll with it. I will keep eyes and ears open, and send any other info your way if I come across anything! But I think you are on teh rgith track, especially since the tingling has gone, now we have burning...hmmm. Check adverse effects of teh Cymbalta, right?
Here it is. I have been on synthroid for 3 yrs and I am NOT any better. I'm 43 and a dance instructor all my life. I have even tried switching to Armour, and no luck. I have periodic night sweats, cold hands- tingling/numb when they get cold, I have actually gained 26 lbs since I started thyroid medication!!! I have cholesterol of 200 and going up, i get a zoned out-dazed feeling at times when I just can't move, I have gained weight on a diet and can't loose weight!
I'm reading that I won't be able to eat a lot of different foods, like cruciferous veggies, strawberries, peaches, walnuts, peanuts, and so much more. I've also read that I need to drastically reduce my consumption of bananas, certain fibers (at least until 4 hours after medication), and the like. As a dairy-free person, I KNOW I will not be able to get enough calcium in my diet as a result of this, and I would really like to avoid supplements.
I have had hypo for 20 yrs and have taken synthroid this long as well, but i have never felt so bloated before. I'm like you, no severe pain anywhere except feeling like my belly is stretching sometimes. So Stella, all that said. I am hoping once my thyroid is balanced out I will feel better. Have you had your levels checked lately?
black beans and legumes, kelp, parsley, tofu, raspberries, walnuts, wild rice, spirulina, wheat germ, wheat grass, string beans, mulberry, millet and (non-hormonally treated) organ meats, oysters, clams, lobster, crayfish, pork, venison, chestnuts, black sesame seeds, lycium fruit, aduki beans, yams, gelatin, chestnuts and corn. Glandular supplements (including placenta) also fall under this category.
It seems to helping overall with my symptoms, which indicates that I am correct about low iodine. Hopefully, I can avoid ever having to get stuck having to take Synthroid for the rest of my life.
Then when trying to ttc for baby2 I was put on clomid and i gained another 10lbs. When i finally got preggo again i was on metformin 3x/day and synthroid for 1 mth. I only gained 20lbs in this pregnancy and lost it within a week after having baby. I am currently 178 and trying to lose weight as we are ttc for #3 Nothing seems to work on me. I eat pretty heathly so I hope i find somethin soon that works.
The only time I have not had this in 35 years is right after I took the radio active cocktail for Graves Disease. I am now on Synthroid as a replacement drug. The doctor has checked and there was no infection or fungas associated with the hair or bulb at the end of the hair. I also have diabetes. When I use a hair dryer, I can tell where the flareups will start soon because it feels as if my head is full of wax (it burns where these spots are when heat is applied).
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