Oroxine

Last Update May 23, 2016
Oroxine is a thyroid medication.
Uses: Oroxine is prescribed for Hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's Disease, Hyperthyroidism and Thyroid Problems and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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Positive 39 "Quote: My mom's been on synthroid for years and years. ...She hasn't heard of oroxine.... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 49 "Personally, I am of the opinion that for me the oroxine has done nothing at all to help my thyroid symptoms and my hair loss on it has been a nightmare since beginning this medication three years ago."Read more negative discussions
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Diagnosed with Congenital Hypothyroidism
| Alana
I was born without a thyroid gland at the end of 1982 and was luckily diagnosed six weeks later. I am almost six foot, love my sleep and am starting to feel the cold more in my hands and feet. Has anyone been diagnosed with the same? I would love to discuss our health condition.

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Alcohol warning on Oroxine
How do I obtain Oroxine?
Prescription in the USA
Food instructions
Talk to your doctor about fiber consumption as it may decrease the drug's absorption., Talk to your doctor about soy consumption as it may decrease the absorption of the drug., Talk to your doctor about coffee consumption as it may affect the drug's absorption.
Ingredients
Levothyroxine Sodium
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