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Recurring hypertriglyceridemia, elevated TSH, weakness, taking Rozavel F10, thyroxin 25mg, Neurobion

I was diagnosed with hypertriglyceridemia two months back. At that time my triglycerid level was 1205 mg/dl. I was prescribed Rozavel F10 - 2 tablets after dinner. After one month the level shot down to 135 mg/dl. the medicine was discontinued. But since my TSH was 6,91 the doctor prescribed Thyromin 25 mcg. Again in this month when my blood was checked, the triglycerid level was 444.4 mg/dl and TSH was normal. The doctor has now prescribed me Rozavel F10 - 1 tablet after dinner and Thyromin 25 mcg - 1 tablet in morning before breakfast. I have been told that I have to continue these throughout the life. Now a days I am feeling a bit weak. I have also been prescribed 1 tablet Neurobion . Please advise.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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u should not ve discontinued rozavel even if ur TG level came to normal...since these are chronic conditions and they get modified with dietary regulations and medical interventions...
the weakness can be due to side effect of rozavel(since all statins cause myalgia and muscle weakness)get ur renal function test....and thyroid hormone supplements take 3-4 months to act ...and hence ur weakness can be a hypothyroid advice is to take thyromin in the mornin empty stomach...and take rozavel after breakfast...
hope u get well soon
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