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Have been taking Levoxly, this drug is not available in any store. Suggest substitute drug?

Have been taking Levoxly .088 mg tablet for several years now with no problems,
now suddenly the drug stores say the distributors can no longer get this product
that the drug company is not producing at this time and have no release date, however
I can not take a generic, can you make a suggestion for a substitute product?
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Nothing to worry. That is levothyroxine tablets given for hypothyroidism and other brands example ELTROXIN


are freely available at dosage denomination of 88mcg that is similar to what you are taking that is 88 mcg. Do check your thyroid harmony status that is Free T3 Free T4 and TSH and adjust the dosage accordingly. Do remember thyroid harmone replacement has to be taken for lifelong with at least annual thyroid status monitoring. It is a very safe and affordable medication.

Answered: Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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