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Suffering with under active thyroid, have itchy hive like rash on legs and hips, fatigue, on eltroxin. What is the remedy?

hi i am 24 year old female and i suffer from underactive thyroid . i am taking 150mg of eltroxin daily. over the past 3 days i have developed a hive like rash on my legs and hips and i am also slightly itchy on other parts of my body. i am currently havin a period and this is my 13th day of heavy bleeding . i have a 2year old son. i am constantly tired and falling asleep and i have no energy.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
from your description, it seems to be a sever hypothyroid picture.
what and when was your last TSH level?
pl. see your treating doc for check up if the TSH was still high. I think you might need dosage adjustment.
your doc will be the best judge.
take care and get checked up.
pl. keep me posted on what happens. I hope to have satisfied you.
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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