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Synthroid (levothyroxine) is an oral med used in place of or to increase thyroid hormone which is usually produced by the thyroid gland. Thyroid levels are essential to partake in mental and physical activity. Levothyroxine can also be used to treat other thyroid related diseases.
Always follow your doctors instructions while taking Synthroid.
If you have any questions about using Synthroid or if your condition does not improve, talk to your pharmacist or doctor.
Before using Synthroid, speak to your pharmacist or doctor about:
Tell your pharmacist or doctor if your condition does not improve.
Side effects include but are not limited to:
Get immediate medical help if you experience and serious side effects such as:
If any of these symptoms persist or worsen, immediately tell your doctor or pharmacist.
Q: What happens if I take Levothyroxine on a full stomach instead of empty?
A: The absorption of the drug will be affected so it's reccommended you take it on an empty stomach
Q: How long should I wait to have breakfast after taking Levothyroxine?
A: At least 30 minutes to an hour before having a meal or liquids other than coffee.
Q: Can I atleast have some coffee if I can't eat breakfast after taking Levothyroxine?
A: Coffee within 1 hour of taking Levothyroxine affects your absorption of the med.
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