Late Taking Thyroid Medication For A Week?
Good morning, so I have thyroid disease but 4 times the blood check is normal, then I take medicine every 2 daysrnBut now I’m late for a week because I haven’t had time for control. What is gpp? Will it affect thyroid levels? Getting tall again?
The thyroid is an organ that is normally located in the neck area. The thyroid has various functions such as regulating the body's metabolism. Thyroid can experience various diseases such as hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroid inflammation, thyroid cancer.
what thyroid disease do you have?
Maybe you mean hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which there is an increase in thyroid hormone levels. Hyperthyroidism can cause symptoms such as palpitations, excessive sweating, weight loss, shortness of breath, chest pain.
if you do not take thyroid medication even though it is normal, then you should not do this, because it has the potential to trigger your thyroid disease again. Although thyroid levels are normal on examination, but in some cases there can be an increase in thyroid again.
You should do regular check-ups with your doctor, so that the doctor can monitor the progress of your condition regularly. So that later the doctor can adjust the dose of the drug given.
Here's an article you can read about Thyroid
Hope it is useful. Thank you