Buy thyroid tablets from China
- Price in reward points: 1400
Chapter: Traditional Chinese Medicine
Package: 40mg x 100 tablets
Before use, it is recommended to carefully read the instructions and consult experts.
Ingredients: thyroid hormone, pig, cattle, sheep (no connective tissue, ground, dehydrated, degreased, dried at a temperature below 60 ℃).
Disease: Hypothyroidism of different causes.
Usage and dosage mode: oral administration.
1. Adult standard dose: 10-20mg per day, gradually increase the dose, and maintain 40-120mg per day. Few patients require a dose of 160 mg/day.
2. Recommended doses for infants and young children: 8-15mg for children under 1 year old, 20-45mg for children between 1-2 years old, 60-120mg for children between 2-7 years old, and 60-120mg for children over 7 years old. The initial dose should be 1/3 of the recommended dose, and gradually increase the dose. During the treatment, the dosage should be adjusted according to the clinical symptoms and the levels of triiodothyroxine (T3), thyroxine (T4) and thyrotropin.
Side effects: At an appropriate dose, there are no side effects. Exceeding the recommended dose may cause the following side effects: arrhythmia, tachycardia, angina, headache, tension, nervous excitement, anxiety, insomnia, muscle spasm, muscle weakness, tremor, sweating, hot flashes, fever, diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, etc. Reducing dosage and stopping medication can eliminate all these symptoms.
Contraindications: chest pain, ischemic heart disease, tachycardia (arrhythmia with elevated heart rate).
1. Patients with atherosclerosis, functional heart failure, diabetes, and hypertension should use it with caution.
2. People with severe thyroid disease or mixed diseases should take this product with caution. Take small doses first, then gradually increase to the recommended dose.
3. If the function of the anterior pituitary is damaged or the adrenal cortex is insufficient (cortical osteoporosis or Addison's disease), the patient should first take glucocorticoid drugs. After the adrenal cortex function is restored, the drug can be taken.
The use of this drug by pregnant and lactating women may cause damage to the thyroid function of the fetus and baby. Therefore, they should take the medicine carefully.
Medication for children: no study.
For the elderly: The elderly are particularly sensitive to thyroid hormone problems, and the demand for thyroid hormone of people over 60 years old is 25% higher than that of young people. In addition, the cardiovascular function of the elderly is much weaker. Such people should be careful with their medication.
1. When taking thyroid hormone, diabetes patients should monitor their blood sugar level, take insulin or increase the dose of hypoglycemic drugs.
2. When thyroid hormone and double Kumarin anticoagulant are used together, the anticoagulant function may be enhanced, which may lead to bleeding. The dosage of anticoagulant should be adjusted according to the protein time.
3. The combination of thyroid hormone and tricyclic antidepressants may cause synergistic toxic and side effects - in this case, the dose should be closely monitored.
4. People taking estrogen and contraceptives may increase the level of thyroxine binding globulin in the blood, so it is necessary to monitor the dose of thyroid hormone.
5. Cholesterol and cholesterol weaken the function of thyroid hormone. When these drugs are taken with thyroid hormone, it is recommended to take them every 4-5 hours and regularly test thyroid function.
Beta adrenergic blockers reduce the conversion of T4 to T3 surrounding tissue - this should be noted when used in combination.
Thyroid hormone stimulates the growth and development of the body, and the growth and differentiation of tissues. Increase the demand of tissues for oxygen. Increase blood pressure, heart rate and heart rate throughout the body. Improve the level of consciousness, mental energy and activities, accelerate the flow of thinking and association, and increase sports activities. Improve body temperature and basic metabolic level.
Thyroid hormone increases the glucose level in the blood, enhances the occurrence of glucose in the liver, and inhibits the synthesis of glycogen in the liver and skeletal muscle. They also increase the capture and utilization of glucose