RoseMcD Your reply doesn't make much sense. JC61 has already been diagnosed and I'm not telling her not to take her Levo, I'm saying to continue taking it at a time that suits her as it is working well that way for her.
Have actually read any of the other replies on this thread? Have you read the reply by ljk1 whose GP suggested she take hers at night? Have you read the one by Snoddyoddbod whose endo told her to take it at night? Are you going to say that their doctors are wrong too?
Did you notice that 'Susie' wasn't actually giving 'medical advice'? I actually said that if what she was doing was working, as it does for quite a few other members, then to carry on.
This is a patient to patient forum where we share experiences and what has worked for us. It currently has 56,193 members, the majority of whom are here because they have remained unwell with their Doctor's 'care'.
Is your doctor so wonderful that he has treated your Hypothyroidism perfectly for over 30 years, that you've never had any reason to question him?
Oh, hang on .... Your very first thread a year ago ended with "Any advice or suggestions?"
And your second one three weeks ago ended with "I'm tempted to go on-line and try to find someone who'll sell me a thyroid supplement but am afraid of what I might wind up getting. What do I do?"
So how come you are asking for "medical advice" if you're so adamant that JC61 shouldn't be listening to me?