Introducing iCliniq First

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prescription refill
for Hypothyroidism (Refills)

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We're open
7 am - 11 pm
every day to
help you with

  • Treatment of previously diagnosed hypothyroidism.
  • Evaluating your previous prescription's efficiency.
  • Reviewing if your old prescription needs changes due to any recent health history.
  • Refills for an established dose of appropriate medication.
  • Provide resolutions for the patient's symptoms.
  • Solutions to normalize thyroid levels.

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To give you 100% privacy, anywhere.

Not every time you'll be in a private space to use audio and video to consult a clinician and get care.

Keeping this in mind, in addition to Video Visits, we also offer Text Visits - no audio or video required, to help you get care privately even when there's no privacy around.

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How it works

Your guide to getting Hypothyroidism (Refills) treatment

When to choose
online care

Consult a healthcare provider online if:

  • Hypothyroidism diagnosis has already been made and you would like further treatment.
  • Antihypothyroidism medication is due for a refill.
  • Symptoms require treatment and resolution.

Have doubts?

Read our FAQs

What Is Hypothyroidism?

Hypothyroidism is a medical condition where your body does not produce an adequate amount of thyroid hormones. In our body, these hormones are produced by the thyroid gland present in the neck. The body's hormone needs are unmet when the gland turns nonfunctional or underactive. And it negatively affects vital body functions.

What Causes Hypothyroidism?

You may get hypothyroidism if your immune mechanism acts against the thyroid gland, causing inflammation. You may suffer from low thyroid levels if the gland is surgically removed or treated with radiation. Some are born with low thyroid levels. Low iodine content in the diet may also lower your thyroid levels.

How Do I Know if I Have Hypothyroidism?

You may suspect hypothyroidism with the following signs and symptoms - Frequent feelings of fatigue, aches, and pains in the joints and muscles, abnormal weight gain, and a slow heart rate. You may also have mental depression, trouble tolerating cold, dry skin, and hair loss. In addition, women may suffer irregular and heavy menstrual bleeding and fertility issues.

Can Hypothyroidism Be Cured?

Hypothyroidism can be effectively cured by meeting the body’s hormones needs with medications. With the help of an expert provider, you can take an optimized dose of thyroid hormone tablets daily to balance the deficiency. The doctor will help you adjust the quantity until it reaches adequate levels.

Can I Get Prescription Medication on iCliniq First for Hypothyroidism?

You can avail certain prescription drug refills for hypothyroidism via iCliniq First. However, please note that we only prescribe specific drugs, and only for eligible patients. For more information on available drug options or your eligibility for them, consult a doctor at iCliniq First.

Does Over-The-Counter Medication Work for Hypothyroidism?

Over-the-counter Medications may temporarily relieve a handful of hypothyroidism symptoms, but they are pretty short-lived. Moreover, they can be dangerous for the overall health in more than one way. Since thyroid hormones play a significant role in regulating the body’s metabolism, heart rate, and other vital functions, it is always better to seek expert care for treatment.

What HypothyroidismTreatment Will Work for Me?

The most effective and proven treatment for hypothyroidism is taking a daily dose of synthetic thyroid hormones. They are available as oral tablets, which help to compensate for the low hormone levels in the body. Once the dosage is optimized with the help of a doctor, the medication will help reverse the symptoms effectively.

What Level of TSH Indicates Hypothyroidism?

When the thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) level goes below 4.0 mU/L, it indicates hypothyroidism. One can easily find this out by performing a routine blood test.

When Should You Be Medicated for Hypothyroidism?

Thyroid medications give the best results when taken on an empty stomach. According to the experts, the ideal time to take the pill is in the mornings. And wait for an hour for your food or other drugs, if any. Also, one should take the medication at the same time every day.

Is Hypothyroidism an Autoimmune Disease?

In most people, hypothyroidism occurs as an autoimmune disease. Here the immune mechanism of the body attacks and acts against the body cells. For example, in autoimmune conditions like Hashimoto's thyroiditis, the immune system attacks the thyroid gland affecting hormone production. And one ends up with hypothyroidism.