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Hypothyroidism, stomach pain, headache, irregular stools. Taking thyrox medicine. Causes for symptoms?

Hi I am XXXXXX.I am 42 years old working women. I am suffering from Hypothyroidism . At present I am taking Thyrox 50 mg medicine. Since many days I am observing that my right side below the stomach there s pain & pain in my left side of head, some some times irregularity in stools . Please suggest me what s going on internally. I have done several times blood test and report says normal about blood HB, but sometimes ups and down in my TSH report.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Hi xxxx,
It is important that you understand that the condition of hypothyroidism is a chronic condition and you have to take the replacement therapy in the from of drug for life. Once the dose of the drug is adjusted according to the requirement of yours, your TSH level will come within normal level and this problem of hypothyroidism can be controlled.
The recent problem of stomach pain and headache and irregularity in stools may be related to this condition itself or it can be just some other problem. It is difficult to tell any thing for sure from the information provided.
I would suggest you to consult your doctor who is prescribing you there medicine for hypothyroidism and try to get the level of TSH stabilized by taking the appropriate dose titration.

Thanks and take care.
Answered: Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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