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Suffering with hypothyroid, on medicines, have rashes problem that subsides with Atarax. Suggestive remedy?

hello DOCTOR i am 27 years old lady ,height 5ft:weight 45kg. 2 months before i come to no i am suffering from hypothyroid than i had a blood test t3=3.04:t4=18.70,tsh=0.010 then i was given 4 tab in a day 1. betatacaptr40 (1),2 neormercazole 5mg (2),3thyrowell even after having continuded this tablets ,i am having rashes problem thsn have atarx 10 mg, (3) teczive5mg (1) now can u suggest me What should i do .should i do my blood test again and then after change doctor or which medians are i am taking can help to under contol please give ur advise and help
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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The rashes you are experiencing might be due to medicines. You can go to doctor & ask for change in medicines. You can repeat TSH to know whether dose of medicines you are taking is adequate or not. Till the time you meet your doctor, you can continue Atarax.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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