Underactive thyroid steroids

Vitamin B-12 (as cyanocobalamin) 100 mcg
Iodine (from kelp) 150 mcg
Zinc (oxide) 8 mg
Selenium (amino acid chelate) 200 mcg
Copper (as oxide) 200 mcg
Manganese (amino acid chelate) 2 mg
Molybdenum (amino acid chelate) 50 mcg
L-Tyrosine 300 mg
Schizandra (herb powder) 240 mg
Ashwagandha Root (herb powder) 200 mg
Bladderwrack (powder) 50 mg
Cayenne Pepper (powder) 30 mg

If you are planning a pregnancy you should let your doctor know and ideally have a blood test before you conceive. As soon as you know you are pregnant, and if you are already taking levothyroxine, it is recommended that the dosage is increased immediately by 25-50mcg daily. You should then arrange to have a thyroid function test as soon as possible. Even if your thyroid function test is not ideal at the start of pregnancy, your risk of pregnancy complications is only slightly higher than normal and you will still have a good chance of a successful pregnancy outcome. However, your levothyroxine treatment should be adjusted to normalise your thyroid function as soon as possible. (See: Your Guide to Pregnancy and Fertility in Thyroid Disorders .)

Underactive thyroid steroids

underactive thyroid steroids


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