Hi, Few months back I got to know that I have hypothyroidism and doctor recommended me thyronorm 100mcg.
After 3 months I found the thyroid level to be normal but doctor suggested me to take the same dosage of 100mcg for coming 3 months.
But I got my TSH level checked in one and half month and found that it has decreased a lot and now it is 0.04 which means now I have hyperthyroidism. Now doctor have suggested me to take thyronorm 75 mcg.
Please advise me can I drink lemon water with such medical background?
I am not a medical doctor and cannot give medical advice, especially in regards to medications.
I will say that I have in the past had an under-active thyroid (hypothyroid) and had no problem drinking lemon water.
However, I did not take any medications, so I do not know how those medications would interact with lemon water. You have to ask your doctor.
I was able to resolve my thyroid issue by supplementing with liquid iodine (potassium iodide) and also adding seaweed to my diet.
You can read more on this topic on this page Lemon Water with Hypothyroidism.
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