Primary hypothyroidism is associated with oxidative stress and insufficient antioxidant capacity. This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of levothyroxine replacement therapy on paraoxonase 1 (PON-1) serum levels in a patients with primary hypothyroidism. Thirty-one patients with primary hypothyroidism compared to 20 healthy controls were recruited from. A venous blood sample were taken after an overnight fasting for biochemical parameters, before and after starting levothyroxine therapy (100 μ g/day) for 3 months duration. The biochemical variables were PON-1 serum levels, lipid profiles, triiodothyronine (T3), thyroxin (T4), and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) serum levels. Levothyroxine replacement therapy leads to a significant amelioration of thyroid functions, lipid profile, cardiometabolic measures P < 0.05 in patients with primary hypothyroidism. Levothyroxine leads to significant elevation in PON-1 serum levels from 188.42 ± 19.81 (U/mL) to 361.23 ± 33.62 (U/mL) P < 0.0001. This study concluded that levothyroxine replacement therapy significantly increases PON-1 serum levels in patients with primary hypothyroidism and attenuating hypothyroidism-induced oxidative stress.