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Thyroid patient, on thyronorm for 8 yrs, skin getting dull, eyesight weak. How long should I take it ?

i am a patient of TSH .n on docter advice am taking Thyronorma from last 8 years..shud i take dis long life,pls.? my skin comlexion has been dull and eye sight being very weak day by day ..and depression as well..and i am worried now-a days.suffering with dr. advised me to take either Larpoz or zepiz..pls. advice..?
Asked On : Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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Endocrinologist 's  Response

1. Hypothyroidism if persisting for 8 years should be permanant hypothyroidism. >95% you have to take medications life long

2. Medications for depression/ insomnia are not available without prescription. Though Larpoz and Zepiz are relatively safe, you should consult a doctor for this.

Hope I have answered your question. If you have any further questions I will be happy to help.

Dr Ajish TP
Consultant Endocrinologist
Answered: Sat, 18 Oct 2014
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