King Cautions On Levoxyl Choking Hazard
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Updated labeling emphasizes the need to take the tablets with water. Adverse Reactions section notes reports of choking, gagging, tablet getting stuck in throat and dysphagia, predominantly when Levoxyl tablets were not taken with water.
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