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Taking eltroxin 50mg, yasminelle, have hypothyroidism, acne on face. Can take both medicine together?

I just started eltroxin 50mg and i have been taking yasminelle for the past four years. Do you think that yasminelle has something to do with the fact that i was diagnose with hypotyrodism. Do the two pills go together or should i stop taking yasminelle. I had started the yasminelle because i had a hormonial shock and had alot of acne all over my face. If i stop taking yasminelle do you think that i will have pimps again?
Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. You had hypothyroid condition and started eltroxen tablets, you should continue with the same for life. Regarding yasminelle we cant comment any thing, and if find any difference in health you can consult your doctor and act accordingly.
Whether you get acne back if you stop the yasmenelle depends upon individual variation. may or may not get it. As you are using it since 4years and you must have crossed the acne getting age you can try stoping it , if you get acne you can start it again.
To support hypothyroid, and acne prevention, you can follow some diet recommendations,as take more of green leafy vegetables, pulses, sprouts, fruits, juices, plenty of water, salads, to have good hemoglobin levels and resistance of the body.
Don't worry if you want you can continue with both, thanks for calling.
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