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... Ideally you shouldnt take any other medication within 4 hours of taking your thyroid meds as they can actually block the thyroid meds and so reduce its effectiveness. ... (7 replies)
... What happens when you take calcium and magnesium with synthroid? ... (7 replies)
... Hi, thanks for having this message board and thanks for reading and helping! ... (1 replies)

... to learn! Ask your doctor about the magnesium and see what he says. If you don't want to take the magnesium then just eat more of the P fruits and nuts and fish and drink more water. ... (18 replies)
... dark chocolate helps move your bowels because it's got magnesium in it. Nuts and fish have magnesium in them too. I was told that your body knows when you have enough magnesium because you'll end up with diarreha. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks for your reply! Since I read about the food rule I have been trying to learn what else I am doing wrong. Also read not to take calcium and magnesium within four hours of Synthroid, which I have been doing wrong as well as eating my almond Kashi bar right after, breaking the fiber rule too. ... (7 replies)
... have the also tested your ferritin, vit D, vit B12, magnesium, and potassium levels. Low levels in either of these can cause chronic pain and migraine issues. Also have they tested you for Hashimoto's thyroiditis? ... (11 replies)
... Yeah, I take my supplements with me to work. Do a search on "Synthroid Drug Interactions", in parynthesis. There is actually a long list of how, why and when to take what prescription drugs/antiacids/supplements. (7 replies)
... Calcium and iron bind to Synthroid in the digestive tract, preventing it from being absorbed into the body. Make sure to separate Synthroid and calcium by at least four hours. ... (7 replies)
... I don't know much about it but did read that if taking magnesium to help with your calcium absorption, don't take it after 5 pm. I just take synthroid. ... (7 replies)
... I take magnesium every night, it helps me sleep. My levels have dropped big time, so as far as the magnesium effecting the meds, they sure haven't made my levels go up. I take synthroid in the am and cytomel am too. ... (7 replies)
... Let me tell you a little bit about my regular doctor found my thyroid problem back 5 years ago. She started me on Synthroid 75mcg, then I went to 100mcg, back and forth between the two, until we settled on .88mcg. ... (9 replies)
... pain... muscle weakness.. carpal tunnel and twitching and elbow ache. ... (5 replies)
... Not particularly true. It's a good idea for every woman to make sure she gets enough dietary calcium, along with vitamin D, magnesium, and weight-bearing exercise. Synthroid-takers don't need more or less of that than any other woman. If you do start taking a calcium supplement, make sure you take it at least 4 hours apart from your Synthroid. (3 replies)
... Hi Mandy, to be sure its safe talk to a pharmacist or call your dr. I take most of the supplements you take and the only thing i can tell you is to be sure not to take them near the time you take the levo. ... (1 replies)
... I am on fish oil. And I dunno if it's helping. But my friend lost tons of weight taking it so I thought it couldn't hurt right? ... (6 replies)
... The difference is in the fillers and binders in the pills to give them their flavor, color, consistency and determine how they dissolve. Some people do better on one or the other, due to allergies to the ingredients and the way their bodies absorb things. ... (8 replies)
... wlegable person here but I have learned that there are differences in the medications. For hypo, the synthetics are all t4. The difference in each is the fillers and binders. The fillers and binders can make a world of difference in how the t4 is metabolized. Many people do very well on Synthroid but some don't. ... (2 replies)
... I am new to this board so forgive me, I don't know much...but need some help. I have been taking Synthroid for a couple of years now. I have only heard talk about TSH levels...never anything else and I didn't know that the correct levels had changed. ... (3 replies)
... supplements, I just wasn't sure about other things. I guess 4 hours before ANY other supplements is a good general rule. I haven't heard anything specific about Magnesium interfering either by the way, it just happens to be one of the two supplements I take in the evening so I was curious. ... (3 replies)

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