I just started taking generic Synthroid 6 days ago for treatment for Hash's, I am currently Hypothyroid. Was initially started at 25mcg. I have had daily headaches and anxiety since starting the med. Called my doc yesterday and was told to half my dosage. Go back in 4 weeks for more blood work. My questions is what can I do to help these headaches? Will this go away? I take Advil and recently started taking Tylenol for stomach reasons. Anyone have any advice about this?
What about Armour? How do I have that conversation with my doctor? Will it be easily prescribed? Any advice on that as well.
I have hashis and 25 was too much for me. I started to get the symptoms you mentioned while I was going hyper. See if cutting it like he said makes you feel better. At one point, I had to take 1/2 every other day. Just keep an eye on your results and how you feel. Now I am not on any meds because I go hyper. Good luck!
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