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Euthyroid 25 Tablet

Manufacturer: Akumentis Healthcare Ltd
Medicine composition: Levothyroxine
Prescription vs.OTC: Prescription by Doctor required

Euthyroid 25 Tablet is a medication that treats thyroid hormone deficiency including its severe form known as myxoedema coma. It may also be used to prevent and treat thyroid tumours.

Side effects from excessive doses include trouble tolerating heat, weight loss, sweating, trouble sleeping, anxiety, tremor, and fast heart rate. Stop using this medicine and consult a doctor if these side effects do not go away.

If you are allergic to any of the ingredients present in Euthyroid 25 Tablet, do not use it. You are advised to use precautionary measures before taking this medicine if you have a thyroid disorder, diabetes, heart disease, anaemia, osteoporosis, adrenal gland disorder, coronary artery disease, problems with your pituitary gland or a history of blood clots.

Euthyroid 25 Tablet is taken by mouth or given by injection into a vein. The dosage is determined by your doctor. This medicine works best on an empty stomach, at least 30 minutes before breakfast. Maximum effect from a specific dose can take up to six weeks to occur. Consult your doctor in case you face any problems.

Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Endocrinologist before using this medicine.

In addition to its intended effect, Euthyroid 25 Tablet may cause some unwanted effects too. In such cases, you must seek medical attention immediately. This is not an exhaustive list of side effects. Please inform your doctor if you experience any adverse reaction to the medication.
Is It safe with alcohol?
It is generally safe to consume alcohol with Thyromed 25mcg tablet.
Are there any pregnancy warnings?
Thyromed 25mcg tablet is safe to use during pregnancy.
Adequate and well-controlled human studies have shown low or no risk.
Are there any breast-feeding warnings?
Thyromed 25mcg tablet is probably safe to use during breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor.
Is it safe to drive while on this medicine?
There is no data available. Please consult doctor before consuming the drug.
Does this affect kidney function?
There is no data available. Please consult doctor before consuming the drug.
Does this affect liver function?
There is no data available. Please consult doctor before consuming the drug.
Below is the list of medicines, which have the same composition, strength and form as Euthyroid 25 Tablet , and hence can be used as its substitute.
Akumentis Healthcare Ltd
Are there any missed dose instructions?
If you miss a dose of Levothyroxine, take it as soon as possible. However, if it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular schedule. Do not double the dose.
Whenever you take more than one medicine, or mix it with certain foods or beverages, you"re at risk of a drug interaction.
Interaction with Medicine
Evafem 2Mg Tablet
Chemotinib 400Mg Tablet
Euthyroid 25 Tablet works by bringing up the levels of T4 (thyroxine) and T3 (triiodothyronine) hormones in your body in case of underactive thyroidism. Euthyroid 25 Tablet makes up for the deficiency of thyroxine levels in your body, and thus maintain normal metabolic rate.
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Popular Questions & Answers

I was using Euthyroid 25 (175 mcg levothyroxine) once a week. When this was not available I was using thyroweek as advised by Dr. Now both are not available. What would be the alternatives with similar dosage?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I was using Euthyroid 25 (175 mcg levothyroxine) once a week. When this was not available I was using thyroweek as ad...
Mr. lybrate-user, thanks for the query. There are many brands of Levothyroxine available, anyone of those should be good enough. However, it is better to stick to one particular brand. Thyronorm is another brand available. Thanks.
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I'm suffering from sugar. TEST NAME RESULT BIOLOGICAL REFERENCE INTERVALS UNITS 121 Non-Diabetic: 100 Impaired: upto 125 Diabetic.>= 126 Normal: <140 GLUCOSE SERUM / PLASMA (FASTING) (Hexokinase) mg/dL 219 GLUCOSE SERUM/ PLASMA (POST PRANDIAL) (Hexokinase) mg/dL THYROID PROFILE I (T3, T4 AND TSH) TOTAL T3: TRI IODOTHYRONINE -SERUM (Chemiluminescence) TOTAL T3: TRI IODOTHYRONINE -SERUM Healthy Adults Euthyroid: 80-200 110 ng/dL TOTAL T4: THYROXINE -SERUM (Electrochemiluminescence: ECLIA) TOTAL T4: THYROXINE SERUM 7.07 Healthy Adults Euthyroid: 5.1-14. TSH: THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE-SERUM (Electrochemiluminescence: ECLIA) TSH: THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE SERUM ulU/mL Healthy Adults Euthyroid: 0.270-4.20 6.62.

MD - General Medicine, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Endocrinologist, Indore
I'm suffering from sugar.
Non-Diabetic: 100
Impaired: upto ...
I HAVE GONE THROUGH YOUR REPORT YOU HAVE DIABETES Diabetes mellitus (DM), commonly referred to as diabetes, is a group of metabolic disorders in which there are high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period Symptoms of high blood sugar include frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger. If left untreated, diabetes can cause many complications it is advisable to visit a physician and start life style modification. And if required treatment to control your blood sugar levels.
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I am 33 years female. I was diagnosed 6.5 tsh six months before I was on euthyroid 50 once a week. Now my tsh is 4.21. Doc gave me euthyro 50 everyday. Why did the doc gave me thyroid medicine everyday even my reports are normal.

Endocrinologist, Delhi
I am 33 years female. I was diagnosed 6.5 tsh six months before I was on euthyroid 50 once a week. Now my tsh is 4.21...
Your reports of TSH are normal because you are taking thyroid supplements. If you stop taking it your TSH will rise again. Follow advice of your doctor.

Quite often I get sciatic nerve pain. Will not be able to sit, stand or even sleep. Sometimes right leg and sometimes left leg. Taking pain killer for temporary relief. Please advice the remedies for the nerve pain. I get cramps as well, had calcium deficiency and lot of hair loss, taking thyroid treatment. Medicine suggested for thyroid was Euthyroid 25, now taking vitamin tablets for hair. But nerve pain is really bad. I get pain from little above thigh till foot.

BPTh/BPT, Fellowship in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FOR), MBA (Healthcare)
Physiotherapist, Bangalore
Quite often I get sciatic nerve pain. Will not be able to sit, stand or even sleep. Sometimes right leg and sometimes...
Hair fall is Very common for thyroid patients. Hope it's controlled with medicine and within mormal range. If not then get it corrected. Next back pain - (Sciatica pain) need to assess properly as there are so many causes of Back pain. Kindly don't take any medication without proper consultation.
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Popular Health Tips

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
Calcium Supplements Interfere with Thyroid treatment

Calcium supplements — or antacids containing calcium — can interfere with the absorption of levothyroxine (Synthroid, Unithroid, others), a synthetic form of thyroid hormone.

This interference happens chiefly if you take levothyroxine and calcium supplements at or near the same time. You can avoid this problem with the following steps:

Don't take calcium supplements or antacids at the same time you take levothyroxine.
Take any products containing calcium at least four hours before or after taking levothyroxine.
Other supplements — especially those containing iron — also can interfere with absorption of levothyroxine, as can certain foods and medications. If your doctor prescribes levothyroxine, be sure to tell him or her about all the other drugs and supplements you're taking.

Thyroid medicine

MD - Medicine, MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
Thyroid medicine

Many patients suffering from primary hypothyroidism ask whether taking long-term levothyroxine will have adverse side effects. Well, levothyroxine just replaces the deficiency of thyroid hormone in your body, it does the functions which thyroid hormone would have done in your body if you did not have a thyroid hormone deficiency. So the question of side effects doesn't arise, as its just a replacement of what your body is deficient in. However, a dose of levothyroxine needs to be titrated before maintaining TSH within normal limits. After initiation of thyroxine, TSH is rechecked in 4-6 weeks and dose adjusted. once TSH COMES IN NORMAL RANGE , thereafter it is checked on an annual basis and dose altered if needed. PLEASE DO NOT STOP , INCREASE OR DECREASE LEVOTHYROXIN without asking your doctor.

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BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
Calcium Supplements Interfere with Thyroid treatment

Diets rich in soy and high fiber can interfere with levothyroxine absorption. Medications and supplements also can reduce absorption. These include:

calcium supplements
iron supplements
aluminum hydroxide (present in some antacids)
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Do You Make These Mistakes Taking Your Thyroid Medication

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Do You Make These Mistakes Taking Your Thyroid Medication?
If you are taking a thyroid hormone replacement drug like levothyroxine (Synthroid, Levoxyl, Levothroid, Unithroid, Tirosint), liothyronine/T3 (Cytomel, compounded), or natural desiccated thyroid drugs (Armour, Nature-throid), you may be making one of these common mistakes.

Not Taking Your Medication at All

Some patients decide, without their doctor's approval, to go off thyroid medications entirely.This can be dangerous if you have a surgically removed or radioactive ablated thyroid, or if your thyroid is atrophied or underactive due to Hashimoto's disease. Read more about patients who refuse to take their thyroid medication.

Inconsistency in How You Take Your Medication

One of the keys to success with thyroid medication is consistency. That means, taking your prescribed dosage, daily, at the same time each day. You also want to be consistent about other issues, such as whether you take your medication with or without food, and before or after starting/stopping a high-fiber diet.

Missing Doses of Thyroid Medication

If you have trouble remembering to take your thyroid medication, you are not alone. Some people find it difficult to get into a routine of taking thyroid medication daily, and at the same time each day. Here are ten creative ways to remember to take your thyroid pill.

Taking Generic Levothyroxine

For some patients, the variation in consistency from one maker of generic levothyroxine to another can have a negative impact on proper thyroid replacement.
If you have this experience, you may want to ask your doctor about writing a "dispense as written/no substitutions" prescription for a brand name levothyroxine.

Drinking Coffee With Your Thyroid Medication

Coffee can interfere with the absorption of your thyroid medication. So if you want to drink your morning coffee, take your medication, and wait at least an hour before drinking coffee. (Note: the levothyroxine drug Tirosint, a liquid-cap form, appears to be unaffected by coffee, and may be able to be taken together.)

Not Considering Taking Your Thyroid Medication at Night

If you must have your coffee first thing, or you need to eat in the morning, or take calcium and iron supplements in the morning, you may want to discuss with your doctor whether to take your thyroid medication at bedtime. This can help aid in effective absorption of your medications.

Taking Calcium or Calcium-Rich Foods Too Close to Your Thyroid Medication

Be careful about taking calcium supplements, calcium-fortified orange juice, and high-calcium foods (i.E, Greek yogurt) at the same time as thyroid hormone. Allow at least 2 to 3 hours apart from your thyroid medication, so that absorption is not impaired.

Eating High-Fiber Foods or Taking Fiber Supplements Too Close to Your Thyroid Medication

Be careful about eating high-fiber foods, or taking fiber supplements, with your thyroid medication. The fiber can impair the absorption of your thyroid medication.

Taking Thyroid Medication Too Close to Certain Medications

You need to be careful about taking thyroid medications along with other medications. For example, you should not take antacids within two hours of thyroid hormone. Allow at least two to three hours between your thyroid medication and antacids, so absorption is not affected. Watch for interactions with antidepressants and thyroid hormone. Zoloft, Paxil and Prozac, for example, can make thyroid medications more or less effective, and may mean you need a dosage change in your thyroid medication. Proton pump inhibitor drugs like esomeprazole and omeprazole -- which are taken to combat stomach acid -- can also impair absorption of thyroid medication.

Not Taking Thyroid Medication While Pregnant or Breastfeeding

Some women mistakenly think that thyroid hormone drugs are dangerous to a baby during pregnancy or breastfeeding. The opposite is actually true. Taking the appropriate dose of thyroid medication is essential for a health pregnancy and baby. Don't stop taking thyroid hormone when you're pregnant or breastfeeding
Eating Too Close to the Time You Take Your Thyroid Medication

Ideally, you should take your thyroid medication in the morning, and wait an hour before eating. (Conversely, if you absolutely must eat, make sure you do this consistently, and you should still should put three to four hours between your thyroid medication and iron, calcium and fiber-rich foods.)

Taking Estrogen Without Checking For and Adjusting Your Thyroid Hormone Dose

Women taking estrogen -- hormone replacement therapy, or in the birth contol pill -- may need to more thyroid replacement hormone. The reason? Estrogen increases the body's production of a protein that binds thyroid hormone to it, making it inactive.This can cause a need to increase the dosage level slightly, as there is no thyroid to compensate. After beginning any estrogen therapy, have thyroid levels tested to see if the estrogen is having an impact on thyroid function.

Not Knowing About Synthroid Allergenic Fillers

Synthroid tablets are made with two ingredients -- acacia and lactose that can trigger allergies in some people. Some people who have pollen allergies and hay fever -- especially to tree an d grass pollens -- may also have an allergy to acacia, which is found in Synthroid's formulations. Another ingredient in Synthroid is lactose, which can trigger symptoms in people with lactose intolerance -- the inability to digest lactose, a major sugar found in milk. For those patients with these allergies, the hypoallergenic, liquid-cap, drug Tirosint -- which has no fillers or dyes -- may be a better option.
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Critical Care Training, MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Blood donation guidelines for thyroid & autoimmune diseases

Hypothyroid patients who are taking levothyroxine (i.e, Synthroid), Cytomel, Thyrolar, or natural thyroid products like Armour and are in the normal thyroid range can give blood if they don't have any other precluding conditions.

Graves' disease or hyperthyroidism patients who are on antithyroid medicines, or who are not currently in normal thyroid range, cannot give blood.

Anyone with any other autoimmune disease should not give blood, unless they are asymptomatic and off all medications for one month.

In thyroid patients, and some of the more common autoimmune disease, you specifically should NOT give blood if you have:

Addison's Disease
Adrenal Disorders
Sinus or respiratory infections, colds or flu symptoms
Rheumatoid Arthritis, if you're on steroids or immunosuppressive drugs
Lupus, unless asymptomatic, and off all medication for at least a month
Multiple sclerosis

Also, you can't give blood if you:

Have ever used illegal intravenous drugs, even once
Are a man who has had sex with another man since 1977, even once
Are a hemophiliac
Have had a positive HIV test
Have had hepatitis any time after your eleventh birthday
Have had cancer (except localized skin cancer)
Have had a heart attack or stroke
Have taken Tegison for psoriasis

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About Euthyroid 25 Tablet
When is Euthyroid 25 Tablet prescribed?
What are the side effects of Euthyroid 25 Tablet ?
Key highlights of Euthyroid 25 Tablet
What are the substitutes for Euthyroid 25 Tablet ?
What are the dosage instructions?
What are the interactions for Euthyroid 25 Tablet ?