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    What is Cytomel used for?

    Cytomel Thyroid Medication is used in the treatment of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid). It provides more or replaces thyroid hormone which is usually produced by the thyroid gland. Cytomel (liothyronine) is a manufactured form of the thyroid hormone. Decreased levels of thyroid hormone can be naturally occurring or when the gland sustains an injury due to medications/radiation or surgically removed. Using Cytomel to achieve the correct amount of thyroid hormone will help with your health. In children, the appropriate amount of thyroid hormone helps them develop/learn normally. Liothyronine can also be used in the treatment of other kinds of thyroid issues (thyroid cancer, some kinds of goiters). It is also commonly used for some kinds of thyroid disease. Unless infertility is caused by low thyroid hormone levels this medication should not be used for infertility treatment.


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    How to Use Cytomel?

    Cytomel Thyroid Medication should be taken orally as instructed by your doctor. Regular use of liothyronine will lead to the best results. Take the prescribed dose of cytomel daily at consistent times to help you remember and so that your thyroid hormone level is kept consistent. Thyroid replacement treatments are usually life-long, do not stop this medication without consulting your health care professional. Products containing magnesium or aluminum, sucralfate, antacids, bile acid-binding resins, iron simethicone, sodium polystyrene sulfonate, among others can decrease the absorption of liothyronine. Take any of these medications before or after liothyronine. Take lanthanum 2 hours before or after liothyronine. Low thyroid hormone symptoms include dry skin, muscle aches, weight gain, sensitivity to cold, tiredness, slow heartbeat or constipation. If your symptoms get worse or persist tell your doctor.

    Cytomel Drug Interactions

    Some medications interact in such a way that they should never be used together. Other times drugs that interact can be safely used together if their doses are adjusted or other precautionary measures are taken. The following medications may interact with Cytomel:

    This is not an exhaustive list of drug interactions for Cytomel. To avoid negative reactions you should always give your health care providers a list of medications you take. The list should include prescription, non-prescription, and herbal products so that they can properly monitor drug interactions.

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