Get Thyroid Medication Levothyroxine from Pharmacy Outlet

Thyroid medication UKHypothyroidism is an autoimmune disease that is also called an underactive thyroid, which is usually treated by taking daily Levothyroxine tablets. The prevalence of hypothyroidism is 1-2% i.e. approximately 2 in every 100 Brits. However, researchers feel that the rate could be much higher than this.

Levothyroxine is advised as a part of hormone replacement therapy, which replaces the thyroxine, a hormone that your thyroid does not secrete much.

Your doctor will advise you to undergo a few blood tests until the correct dose of Levothyroxine is attained. You may have to start with the low dose of Levothyroxine, which may be adjusted gradually after considering your body’s response. Once you are taking the right dose, you will have a blood test at least a year to measure your hormone levels.

Taking Levothyroxine correctly
You must follow all directions instructed by your doctor. Usually, you should take one tablet once in a day, preferably at the same time each day. It is usually advised to take this thyroid medication in the morning, although some may prefer taking it at night.

Certain medications and supplements are known to alter the efficacy of this thyroid medication, so it is advisable to take the dose on an empty stomach and avoid eating for half an hour afterward.

Hypothyroidism is a lifelong condition and you will usually need to take Levothyroxine for the lifetime. If you have been prescribed Levothyroxine for an underactive thyroid, you are entitled to a medical exemption certificate, which means you do not have to pay for your prescriptions. You can even get Levothyroxine regularly through the NHS Electronic & Repeat Prescription Service.

Get it from PharmacyOutlet
PharmacyOutlet offers the NHS Electronic & Repeat Prescription Service for patients who are prescribed regular medication such as Levothyroxine. All you need to do is nominate PharmacyOutlet; it will collect your repeat prescriptions and deliver this thyroid medication UK right to your home. Call 03333 222 400 and ask your pharmacist for more information!

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