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Thyro-L for horses is used to treat the symptoms of low thyroid hormone levels in the blood.
Who is Thyro-L for?
Why use Thyro-L?
This medication is highly effective for horses with hypothyroidism symptoms.
How does Thyro-L work?
This oral drug includes levothyroxine sodium and is used to treat hypothyroidism symptoms.
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How is Thyro-L sold?
What are the side effects of Thyro-L?
When given as directed, no side effects are expected. If you do notice unusual symptoms, consult a veterinarian. If you believe your horse is having an allergic response, symptoms might include facial swelling, hives, scratching, diarrhea, shock, pale gums, cold limbs, and/or coma. If you observe any of these symptoms, seek emergency care.
What special precautions are there?
There is no proven safety if the animal is pregnant. This product may have severe adverse responses if the animal has hypertension, major cardiac problems, or metabolic rate rise concerns. Give this product to animals with these problems with great caution. The FDA has not authorized this product, and using it without a veterinarian's supervision is illegal. Only veterinarians can prescribe and use this medication. Keep away from children. Not proven safe for use in pregnant mares.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Thyro-L?
Store at a temperature under 30° Celsius (86° Fahrenheit), never exceeding a temperature of 40° Celsius (104° Fahrenheit).
Administer this drug to animals with heart disease, hypertension, or other health conditions that could be worsened by a rapid increase in the animal's metabolic rate. This drug has not been evaluated on pregnant mares.
As you titrate the dose to determine the proper maintenance dose, administer a daily dose of 0.5 to 3 mg per 100 pounds of body weight. Until you have determined the right dose, monitor the response of the animal. Typically, a maintenance dose is between 6 and 36 mg per day. This depends on a number of factors, including the animal's individual health and their condition.