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You can lose weight if you expend more calories than you take in. Meaning back away from the table! Votes: 1 Thyroid hormone should not be used to treat obesity in patients with normal thyroid function.
My endo recommended i cut my dosage in half, as the 25mcg had caused my TSH to test at.24 about 2 weeks ago (technically hyper, which is the likely cause of the hair and weight loss).
Because your thyroid produces the hormones that control metabolism, hypothyroidism can often cause weight gain. Taking levothyroxine will replace needed hormones and boost metabolism, which may lead to weight loss. Your thyroid gland produces T3 and T4 hormones, which control the rate at which your body burns calories and oxygen - that is, your metabolic.
Posted: by nickki 116 Topics: thyroid disease, levothyroxine, weight, thyroid Details: health risk or problems i can encounter using this drug to loose weight. Added : Some of the Side Affects I can encounter ello Nickki.
And if you are anorexic you may well die. There are better and smarter choices you can make. Please see a physician. Votes: 4 First you should learn English so that you would know that you cannot loose weight.
The others have already given you information. I find it hard to believe someone has left over thyroid medication. Once on these medication one is on it for life. You are definitely playing a dangerous game.
Excessive use of L-thyroxine can speed your metabolism and lead to weight loss - and serious health problems, including an irregular heartbeat, angina, heart attack and a loss of bone mass - in severe cases it can lead to osteoporosis.
However, it's not always fat gain; the ATA says that 5 to 10 lbs. of the weight that hypothyroid patients gain is an accumulation of excess salt and water. Once hypothyroidism is controlled by taking L-thyroxine you could expect to lose some weight - but no more than 10 percent of your current body weight.
Abusing your prescription medication in this way can lead to factitious hyperthyroidism, an overactive thyroid. It may take between 2 and 4 weeks after you lower your dosage for symptoms to disappear.
I recently went to the doctor for advise on losing weight. I have been now taking this. I dont take ferrous sulphate as I know it interferes with the thyroxine.
When your thyroid slows hormone production, your metabolism slows; so does your heart rate and other functions. You may feel tired, weak and sensitive to cold and you may gain weight.
More than just an underactive thyroid may cause significant weight gain. Once your hypothyroidism is corrected - it can take several weeks for L-thyroxine to work - your metabolism will be back to normal.
Once your metabolism is stable, you will be able to gain or lose weight like anyone without thyroid issues. Taking a higher dose of L-thyroxine to speed weight loss can have serious medical consequences and is not recommended.