I take the tablets on an empty stomach at approx. 8am every day...I have a HUGE glass of water, I lerv water! I then wait till around 9-9.30 am to even think about food... I hate eating in the morning, but force myself to. I don't drink coffee, only tea. I have been on them since Dec 07.
I am starting to think it might be a side effect of the Crestor I take 10mgs. My doc thinks it could be but I wanted to see if anyone else gets the nausea after taking thyroxine.
The other thing I think could be the tablets might have something in them as a 'filler' that might be affecting this 'poor delicate snowflake' I will check the ingredients tomorrow.
That Morning Sickness feeling is exactly what I am talking about...(Thanks ChitChatNIne) .except I ain't pregnant...need to do the horizontal fandago for that and I ain't dancing! Hee hee
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