I am a female and I take thyroid medication daily. Which is better: taking it in the morning or night?
Answer: Everyone is different so you should discuss this with your doctor. The most important thing for you to remember, however — because everyone’s physiology works differently — is that what works best for one person may not work as well or at all for another person. There are many factors that influence how well medicine works and whether users see results. These include age (younger people tend to be more sensitive), frequency of use (some people use medicines daily; others only every week or once a month) and other medications taken by patients (antacids, stomach vitamins). As such, the answer depends on how you feel after using thyroxine (T4) and if it worked for you generally speaking. You can ask your physician about which time of day — morning or evening — would be best depending on your personal situation but keep in mind that there’s no “best” time unless it suits your needs just fine!