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THYROWEEK 50 TABLET

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Composition FOR THYROWEEK 350mcg tablet

Levothyroxine(350mcg)

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It is better to take Thyroweek 50 tablet empty stomach (1 hour before food or 2 hours after food).
It is generally safe to consume alcohol with Thyroweek 50 tablet.
SAFE
Thyroweek 50 tablet is safe to use during pregnancy.
Adequate and well-controlled human studies have shown low or no risk.
SAFE
Thyroweek 50 tablet is probably safe to use during breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor.
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  • SALT INFORMATION FOR THYROWEEK 350mcg tablet

    Levothyroxine(350mcg)

    Thyroweek tablet uses

    Thyroweek 50 tablet is used in the treatment of hypothyroidism and myxedema coma.

    How thyroweek tablet works

    Thyroweek 50 tablet is similar in structure to the hormone naturally produced by the thyroid gland. It provides more thyroid hormones and relieves the symptoms of tiredness, weight gain, and depression.

    Common side effects of thyroweek tablet

    Enlarged thyroid gland, Increased heart rate, Goiter, Insomnia (difficulty in sleeping), Altered heart rate, Abdominal pain, Fever, Diarrhoea, Irregular menstrual cycle, Increased blood pressure, Chest pain, Nervousness, Tremor

    COMMON DOSAGE FOR THYROWEEK 50 TABLET

    Patients taking THYROWEEK 50 TABLET

    • 67%
      Once A Week
    • 33%
      Once A Day

    SUBSTITUTES FOR THYROWEEK tablet

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    Expert advice FOR THYROWEEK tablet

    • Levothyroxine must be taken on an empty stomach. No food, milk, or tea should be taken 1 hour before and 2 hours after taking this medicine.
    • You may have to wait for 6 to 8 weeks to get the full effect.
    • Your doctor may ask you to continue it lifelong. You must not stop taking it or change the dose, without speaking to your doctor first.
    • Dose adjustments are usually needed when starting the medicine and when your health changes.
    • Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant or breastfeeding.
    • Inform your doctor if you have heart disease. You may require a lesser dose of the medicine.
    • Inform your doctor if you get diarrhoea, nervousness, rapid pulse, insomnia, tremors, or chest pain could indicate severe toxicity and should prompt immediate medical attention. Your doctor may adjust the dose.

    Frequently asked questions FOR THYROWEEK 350mcg tablet

    Levothyroxine

    Q. Is levothyroxine sodium gluten free?
    Yes, levothyroxine sodium is gluten free. However, please refer to package insert of the prescribed brand before use
    Q. Is levothyroxine sodium same as levothyroxine?
    Yes, they both are synthetic form of thyroxine hormone
    Q. Is levothyroxine sodium the same as Synthroid?
    Yes, Synthroid is trade name of the active medicine levothyroxine sodium
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    Q. Is levothyroxine sodium a steroid or addictive?
    Levothyroxine is neither a steroid nor addictive in nature; it is a synthetic form of thyroxine hormone
    Q. Is levothyroxine sodium safe?
    Levothyroxine sodium is safe if used at prescribed doses for the prescribed duration as advised by your doctor
    Q. Is levothyroxine sodium t3 or t4?
    Levothyroxine is a synthetic version of the thyroid gland hormone-Thyroxine (T4)
    Q. What is levothyroxine sodium used to treat?
    Levothyroxine sodium is used to treat hypothyroidism, a condition where the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormone.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 08 March, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)