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I just want to know if Celabolin will be right as I am

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I just want to know if Celabolin will be right for me as I am taking levothyroxine tablets
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Customer: I have knee and hip arthiris . When I sit down for too long, getting up is painfull and also when I wake up, moving about is uncomfortable. I am taking thyroxin tablet for the last 10 years as my thryroid glands have been removed.
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Customer: No really. I am very active, go to exercise classes twice a week and enjoy long walks. But my knees make grinding sounds sometimes when I move. It appears my cartilage has worn out - so I am told
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 1 year ago.

This is Dr. David

Celabolin is a dietary supplement with many herbs and vitamins.

these supplements are often not well studied with conventional medications.

most likely there will not be any negative interactions with your levothyroxine tablets, but you should let your GP doctor know if you are taking this supplement.

you should always take your levothyroxine on an empty stomach for best absorption of your thyroid hormone

and get your blood checked for TSH and T4 and T4 thyroid hormone levels every 2-3 months to make sure your thyroid hormone levels are correct.

I take levothyroxine tablets everyday as well myself.

sorry about your knees.

you might benefit from glucosamine and chondroitin supplements to help your knee inflammation.

you should talk to your GP doctor about your knees and see if physical therapy could help your knees

or steroid injections into your knees can help decrease inflammation in the joints.

sometimes a soft knee brace can help your knee stability as well.

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