SOLVING YOUR LEVOTHYROXINE CHALLENGES
When it comes to resolving your hypothyroidism, your medication is an important part of the picture. Your thyroid hormone replacement drug is a foundation for living and feeling well with an underactive thyroid, and this treatment is supported by healthy nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.
Here’s the question EVERYONE asks: What’s the best thyroid drug?
The answer? The BEST thyroid medication for you is the one – or the particular combination – that best relieves your symptoms…SAFELY.
That leads to the next question: What should you do if your current levothyroxine treatment isn’t relieving your symptoms, and isn’t helping you feel and live well?
That’s the question we answer in this third part of the Levothyroxine Deep Dive program. In the webinar and troubleshooting guide, you can identify the key challenges you might encounter with your levothyroxine treatment, and troubleshoot the solutions that can help get you back to well-being.
But first, before you launch into troubleshooting your levothyroxine treatment, make sure that you know which specific type of levothyroxine you are -- or will be -- taking. The following chart outlines current levothyroxine options available in the United States market.
THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES WITH LEVOTHYROXINE
COMMON CHALLENGES WITH LEVOTHYROXINE TABLETS: Levoxyl, Synthroid, Unithroid, or Generic Levothyroxine Tablets
You are taking levothyroxine tablets and you still don't feel well…and you also have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn's disease, ulcers, celiac disease, or another digestive or gastrointestinal condition.
FOOD, SUPPLEMENT, AND MEDICATION ISSUES WITH LEVOTHYROXINE TABLETS
COST AND AFFORDABIITY ISSUES
PHARMACY SUBSTITUTIONS OR AVAILABILITY PROBLEMS
NOTHING IS WORKING!
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