Levothyroxine is a treatment which increases the level of hormones in those with an underactive thyroid. Symptoms of an underactive thyroid can take a long time to develop. They can include depression, muscle aches, and constipation.
Levothyroxine works to replace the hormones which your thyroid gland produces, known as T3 and T4.
Your doctor will conduct blood tests in order to provide adequate treatment plans
Before taking Levothyroxine, speak to your doctor to ensure it is safe for you to take.
During your consultation with our doctor, ensure you mention any medicines you are currently taking so that our doctor can safely prescribe the medicine for you.
Our Doctors may require further information or evidence that you have been diagnosed and are currently taking Levothyroxine
It’s important not to take levothyroxine and seek advice from your doctor if you have: Cannabis oil for cancer
- had an allergic reaction to levothyroxine or any other medicines in the past
- an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism)
- a health issue that affects your adrenal glands
Speak with your doctor first before taking levothyroxine if you have:
- a heart condition including heart disease, angina or heart failure
- high blood pressure
- had a heart attack
- diabetes (levothyroxine can raise blood sugar levels)
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Levothyroxine should be taken once in the morning. You should take it at least 30 minutes before eating food or drinking caffeinated beverages, as these can affect Levothyroxine’s ability to work.
To take levothyroxine, swallow one tablet whole with a glass of water, and do not cut or crush the tablet.
Always follow your doctor’s instructions and read the patient information leaflet enclosed with your medicine before taking levothyroxine.
Levothyroxine usually takes between 7 and 10 days to be absorbed by your cells. However, it can often take many weeks before you notice improvements.
You will need to take levothyroxine indefinitely. Stopping treatment early will most likely cause your symptoms to return. Always follow the Doctor’s instructions
If you forget to take your dose of levothyroxine, take it as soon as you remember.
If it’s approaching your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue your treatment as normal.
Do not double-dose to make up for the missed dose.