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Hypothyroidism, on medicines. Having nausea, vomitting, sickness. Side effects?

I am 37years old, had 2 misscarriage in last 2 years.I have hypothyrodism and taking 100 microgram levothyrosin and a folic acid every morning.Recently one gynaecologist suggested me to take 1 zefolet, 1 evit 400mg and 2 ovacare tablet every day. I contacted with GP for headache and vomiting and he prescribed me to take osmaprazole 20 mg each day.After having all these medicine I am feeling nausea , vomiting and ill.Can you please the let me the reason.So the total medicine I am having everyday now is- 1 Levothyroxin 100microgram, 1 Folic acid, 1 Osmaprazole 20mg, 1 Zifolet, 1 Evit and 2 Ovacare.
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
You are suffering from hypothyroidism, supplementation of 100 microgms levothyroxinne is naturally right treatment it should be monitored with intermittent TSH measurement.
Your nausea may be drug induced, withhold drugs for few days and see you feel better ,simultaneously see your Physician to examine if there is any signs of gastritis,or Hepatitis.
If required S.Bilirubin,SGPT,may be done..
You continue to take Levothyroxine ,Omeparazole.
Once your Nausea and vomiting controlled other drug may be introduced one by one in consultation with your Gynecologist.
Hope this information helps you
Take care
Good Luck
Answered: Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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