Can I Drink Alcohol While Taking Synthroid?


Synthroid or levothyroxine sodium is a thyroid hormone replacement. It is used to treat an underactive thyroid gland. Based on research, too much alcohol is not good for the health especially if taking some medications. It is important to consult a physician in order to give further instructions before drinking alcohol while taking synthroid.
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1 Additional Answer
Yes, you can drink alcohol while taking Synthroid, although it is probably best to discuss this with your doctor in case there are other considerations. Synthroid does not have a known interaction with alcohol, however. In some cases there are recommendations for changing your dosage depending on when you take Synthroid in regards to eating meals, so it's best to talk with your doctor or pharmacist for full details.
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