Looking for a little help, I have recently moved to Sweden and have just renewed my first T4 prescription. The chemist says, this is a new one, I have a suspicion she meant the type of drug is new, so having read the ingredients this is what is written "tablets contain levothyroxine sodium levothyroxine equivalent, lactose monohydrate, 133 mg and other ingredients."
My last uk tablets where marked as levothyroxine sodium... so what am I actually getting now? And the biggie question, is it any use? I don't tolerate T4 well as it is, quite low in my free T4 tests, so I have T3 as well... and I a, terrified I won't be able to get that. Here.
One hundred tablets of 75mcg tabs cost the equivalent of £7.00 so this stuff is super cheap....
Thanks for reading 😳