Pvc (premature ventricular contraction) is reported only by a few people who take Levothyroxine Sodium. We study 63,058 people who have side effects while taking Levothyroxine sodium from FDA and social media. Among them, 2 have Pvc (premature ventricular contraction). Find out below who they are, when they have Pvc (premature ventricular contraction) and more.
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Levothyroxine sodium has active ingredients of levothyroxine sodium. It is often used in hypothyroidism. (latest outcomes from Levothyroxine sodium 64,673 users)
Pvc (premature ventricular contraction) (heartbeats that occur earlier than they should) has been reported by people with hypotension, ventricular tachycardia, foot, leg, and ankle swelling, erection problems, muscle cramps aggravated (latest reports from 206 Pvc (premature ventricular contraction) patients).
On Jul, 28, 2016
63,058 people reported to have side effects when taking Levothyroxine Sodium.
Among them, 2 people (0.0%) have Pvc (premature Ventricular Contraction)
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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Hi, thank you for adding me. Im 48 years old and have been taking levo for 10 years since I was diagnosed with Hashimotos. Last year I had pneumothorax... twice on my left lung. Eventually the cut away 15 % ...I still have pain. Im interested to learn about others in a similar situation. Thank you, Regards, Britt
I was prescribed pantoprazole recently and I started taking it along with levothyroxine 30 minutes before eating or taking anything else. I have noticed that I am very sleepy and can sleep for most of the day and not have enough. Is it possible that the pantoprazole has made the ...
After a few weeks of Ibuprofen for foot pain, I developed hot spots, soreness and pain in lower legs with fever. By the time I saw the doctor, symptoms had improved and tests did not indicate blood clots but all symptoms pointed to that.
I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism in 2011 and started taking levothyroxine. Three years later I was diagnosed with MCTD. Can levothyroxine cause hypothyroidism and what would happen if I stop taking levothyroxine? Has anyone here stopped taking it? I currently take 88mcg levothyroxine. Thanks.
Hi, thank you for adding me. Im 48 years old and have been taking levo for 10 years since I was diagnosed with Hashimotos. Last year I had pneumothorax... twice on my left lung. Eventually the cut away 15 % ...I still have pain. Im interested to learn about others in a similar situation. Thank ...
I just had my thyroid removed on Monday, July 25. Can't seem to get an answer on when to take Aciphex and when to take levothyroxine? One doctor said take Thyroid medication first wait 4 hours then take aciphex. I can't even consider having a cup of coffee until I have taken aciphex .
Hello. I am a doctor in Portugal with mild memory problems. After an electroencephalogram, a CT scan and MRI, Hashimoto's encephalopathy was proposed as a cause. I was later diagnosed with celiac disease. My father has Parkinson's disease. I found this site by chance and I would like to talk ...
Hello. I have been taking levothyroxine for 40 years plus and about one year ago I developed hoarseness and loss of voice. I didn't attribute this to my thyroid problem initially but I came upon your site today. I there anything I should do? Is this because T4 levels or TSH levels are all ...
Hi I am 66 yrs and take 125 grams tyrosine and have recently been fitted with Miranda which gives off daily dose of wholehearted to combat pre cancer cells.are these two drugs compatible any side effects?
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