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Suffering from hypo thyroid. On eltroxin. Feeling lazy, pain in legs and losing hairs. What should be done?

Hi, my wife is suffering from hypo Thyroid . we have consulated a doctor but he is not providing proper guidence,like what she should eat? and what measures she have to take? currently she is taking a medicine eltroxin daily before breakfast. she is feeling very lazy, having pain in legs, she is loosing her hair a lot. plz help me what should i do?
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern if this is the hypothyroid then the dose of the medicine is the crucial one and this should be exact low or inadequate dose wont effect any more so in my opinion here the first concern would be dose that must be adjusted according to the thyroid function test, better to have the second opinion, take care and have a nice day.
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