hi everyone , i have a post treatment of HCV now i am suffering from side affect of interferon from last 5 month i am hypothyroidism patient from last 5 month ,my tsh is so high still at 81 its increase every month when i increase my dose now i am taking 150 mmg and doc said me increase at 200mmg, i am so worried about the increasing thyroxine dose because it also has a lot of side effect i am losing my weight about 5 kg last month and now current in my blood cp my HB level is also down from 17.20 to 14.20 so any one who suffer from same condition and any good helpful advice for me and still i have a alot of hypothyroidism symptoms.anyone please help me on these issues,,,
It is recommended that if one thyroid medication doesn't work it be changed to a different product. Ask your doctor. Also, make sure you are not taking it at the same as another medication that can affect the absorption of the thyroid med.
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