A post way back saying TEVA T3 had to be mixed with water,
Which Is why I told my friend to avoid Teva brand, anyway she came back and said the other 2 Morningside and Mercury Pharma also had to be split this way, I told her to email it to our Endocrinologist.
She said he didn't know this was how it was supposed to be done, he had always given pill cutters it when he prescribed it.
I went to see him the other day and he asked me how I took my T3 as he had an email from a lady saying it would need to be dissolved in water and why had he given her a cutter when she needed a syringe and that she only had enough tablets for 14 days if she was to follow the PIL.
I said I had sent her that email on Teva and I knew morningside said that but didn't realise Mercury Pharma was like that as well as the PIL was to small for me to read, and because I got pill cutter with it I presumed that cutting in half was they way to do it,
I am wondering if any GP or Endo or any pharmacist actually knows this is the case on them as we are all given a pill cutter with it ?
Are they not supposed to know the way to take pils and advise you on how to take it, has this has been going on years and none of them noticed by all those who are supposed to advise us on this ?
And as Teva had replied the dosage wouldn't be evenly distributed and not advised to cut tablets and to throw half mixture away , Could it be our split doses are over or under medicating at times,?
Maybe everyone should email their GPS and Endocrinologists this info as seems they were unaware of it, maybe they will fight to have the right dosages but I doubt it,
it must of concerned my Endo as he bought it up in my appointment how I was taking my split doses .