If you really took that much you can go into shock or possible coma when the drug converts in your system.you need to empty your stomache or get to the emergency room and have it pumped. If it's too late you may have to have charcoal to absorb the drug before it converts. You also need a massive beta blocker such as propranol. Go immediately!
cant tell if this was a real post or not. I was sitting in front of the tv reading posts at midnight when this one came in (how pathetic is that!). I happened to have my tirosint packaging next to me and remember reading the OD information inside. I wonder what happened. I woke up this morning hoping to see a response. Hope this person was okay.
I already experience that.. that was last oct.2010, 1st i change brand of levothyroxine sythroid to thyrax.. while im taking thyrax my tsh level was gone up to 20.50 so i feel so bad. then my endocrinology advise me to increase my pills 150 to 200mcg, while taking 200mcg i feel terrible. shaking hands my chest feel badly.. i ask my dr. & she said just continue. after 8days all over my body even my head was shaking to fast. & i was rush to e.r . i change a new endoc. my endoc told me that 200mcg is to high she decrease me to 150mcg, the impact so badly i recover almost 2months. i experienced all the side effects of levethyroxine. astha21 I hope you feel okey.
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