Thyronorm 88mcg Tablet
Before you start taking Thyronorm 88mcg Tablet, your doctor will do a blood test to see what dose you need. Once you start taking the medicine, you will have regular blood tests to see how well it is working, and the dose may be adjusted from time to time. It is best taken on an empty stomach before your first meal of the day. You should take this medicine regularly to get the maximum benefit. It may take several weeks before your symptoms start to improve. You may need to take it for the rest of your life. If you stop taking it, your symptoms are likely to come back.
The most common side effects of this medicine are caused by taking a higher dose than you need. Possible side effects include palpitations (irregular heartbeat), vomiting, anxiety, diarrhea, weight loss, nervousness, or restlessness. Most side effects will disappear once you are on the right dose. Call your doctor straight away if you have a very high temperature, fast or irregular heart rate, low blood pressure, yellowness in the eye/skin, confusion, or fits.
Thyronorm 88mcg Tablet may cause weight loss but should not be prescribed or taken to treat obesity. If you become pregnant while taking this medicine, inform your doctor right away as the dose may have to be increased/readjusted. Many other drugs affect the way this medicine works. Ask your doctor for advice if you are taking any other medications.
USES OF THYRONORM TABLET
- Treatment of Hypothyroidism
BENEFITS OF THYRONORM TABLET
In Treatment of Hypothyroidism
It may take a while for this medicine to work properly. Your doctor may get regular blood tests done to determine the effectiveness of this medicine and to make sure that you are on the right dose.
SIDE EFFECTS OF THYRONORM TABLET
Common side effects of Thyronorm
- Flushing (sense of warmth in the face, ears, neck and trunk)
- Weight loss
HOW TO USE THYRONORM TABLET
HOW THYRONORM TABLET WORKS
WHAT IF YOU FORGET TO TAKE THYRONORM TABLET?
Thyronorm 88mcg Tablet should be taken on an empty stomach (ideally, first thing in the morning). No food, milk, or tea should be taken 1 hour before and 2 hours after taking this medicine.
It may take 6 to 8 weeks to get the full effect.
For most people, Thyronorm 88mcg Tablet can be a lifelong medication. Do not discontinue it without discussing your doctor.
Inform your doctor if you have diarrhea, nervousness, irritability, sleep disturbances, shaking hands, or chest pain. Your doctor may adjust your dose.
Leave a gap of at least 4 hours before taking any antacids, calcium or iron supplements, and multivitamins, as these may interfere with the effect of the medicine.
Get your hormone levels checked regularly and inform your doctor if you notice a significant change in your body weight. The dose may need to be adjusted.
Inform your doctor before changing the brand of Thyronorm 88mcg Tablet as all brands may not have the same effect.
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