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On this page, you'll learn how to buy Levothyroxine and the Synthroid generic variant through our online pharmacy. You'll also learn valuable information about the commonly used levothyroxine 25 mcg and levothyroxine 75 mcg medications prescribed by many doctors. Shop now using the links above, else continue below for more information.
Synthroid (Levothyroxine) Doses and Side Effects
This medicine is prescribed to patients to treat hypothyroidism. It is also used to treat enlarged thyroid glands and to treat thyroid cancer. The active ingredient is called levothyroxine sodium which is used to replace a hormone that is naturally produced by the thyroid gland. Typically this therapy is taken for life as low thyroid hormone impacts the rate of metabolism within the body.
There is a wide range of doses available to buy Synthroid online. A prescription is required to order this medication. The following is a brief description of the tablets available:
- 25mcg - round shape, orange color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "25mcg" on the other side
- 50mcg - round shape, white color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "50mcg" on the other side
- 75mcg - round shape, violet color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "75mcg" on the other side
- 88mcg - round shape, olive color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "88mcg" on the other side
- 100mcg - round shape, yellow color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "100mcg" on the other side
- 112mcg - round shape, rose color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "112mcg" on the other side
- 125mcg - round shape, brown color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "125mcg" on the other side
- 137mcg - round shape, turquoise color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "137mcg" on the other side
- 150mcg - round shape, blue color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "150mcg" on the other side
- 175mcg - round shape, lilac color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "175mcg" on the other side
- 200mcg - round shape, pink color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "200mcg" on the other side
- 300mcg - round shape, green color tablet with "SYNTHROID" marking on one side of tablet and "300mcg" on the other side
The is no generic available for ordering. Brand name Levothyroxine from Canada is available in bottles of 90 tablets with a quick shipping time of 7-10 business days.
Taking medications properly or as directed by your physician is important to ensure adequate treatment. Levothyroxine is a thyroid hormone replacement and is often take for life. Do not adjust the amount of your medication or how often you take it without the explicit direction of your doctor.
Do not stop taking without speaking to your physician. Do not share with others.
It should be taken on an empty stomach, preferably 30 minutes to one hour before breakfast. Take this medication with a full glass of water. It is recommended that you take this medicine at the same time each day and be consistent in how you take it to ensure a regular absorption of the medication.
The absorption is enhanced on an empty stomach.
Levothyroxine is often started at a lower dose and is increased over a period of time. The dosage will vary depending upon the patient and treatment, which is determined by the prescribing doctor.
Do not take more than prescribed.
If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember. You may take the missed dose with your next dose. If you miss 2 or more doses in a row, call your doctor or pharmacist for instruction.
Side Effects of Synthroid
Common side effects:
- Decrease of bone mineral density
- Weight loss or gain
- Temporary hair loss
- Chest pain
- Fast or irregular heartbeat
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you experience any other effects not listed here.
Warnings and Precautions
Do not take this medicine for weight loss or the treatment of obesity, as there are serious and, in some cases, life-threatening consequences.
Discuss with your doctor before or while you are taking Levothyroxine to avoid the following complications:
- Allergies to food or medications
- Pregnant or plan to become pregnant
- Breastfeeding or plan to breastfeed
- Heart problems
- Other medical conditions, even the ones for which you have not received treatment
- Symptoms of a psychotic disorder
- Taking an oral anticoagulant
- Taking other medications
- Your brand of levothyroxine has changed
- Taking orlistat
- A female on long-term therapy
- Plan to have surgery or any kind, including dental
- Allergies to this drug or the ingredients in it
Interactions with this Medication
There are a number of possible interactions that can be avoided by talking to your physician about all of the medications that you are taking. That includes vitamins and herbal medicines.
Some of the medications that interact include:
- Digitalis glycosides (e.g., digoxin)
- Diazepam (e.g., Valium)
- Ferrous sulfate
- Anti-diabetic agents (insulin or oral hypoglycemic drugs)
- Glucocorticoids (corticosteroids e.g., dexamethasone, prednisone)
- Antacids containing aluminum and magnesium (e.g., aluminum and magnesium hydroxides, simethicone)
- Calcium carbonate
- Medicines for colds, sinus problems, hay fever or other allergies (including nose drops or sprays)
- Orlistat (e.g., Xenical)
- Tyrosine kinase inhibitors (e.g., imatinib, sunitinib)
- Anticoagulants (blood thinners e.g., warfarin)
- Appetite suppressants (diet pills)
- Beta blockers (e.g., propranolol, atenolol, metoprolol)
- Cholestyramine (e.g., Olestyr)
- Colestipol (e.g., Colestid)
- Medicines for asthma or other breathing problems
- Proton pump inhibitors.
This drug may interfere with blood tests. Tell your doctor what medications you are taking prior to and after blood tests.
Ask your doctor about the foods that will affect the absorption. In some cases, you may need to change the dosage to ensure the right therapeutic level.
The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.