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Can Hyperthyroidism Treatment Stop Sweating
Confused on what to do? I have no more symptoms of hyperthyroidism. Seen a cardiologist gave me lopressor now going to see endor. All symptoms stop?
How to treat hyperthyroid after bilateral parathyroidectomy. Three weeks ago i had a bilateral parathyroidectomy & no surgical complications. 5 days after surgery i started experiencing rapid pulse rate, sweating, and loss of appetite which continued to w
While : While it is possible that the hyperthyroidism is unrelated to your recent surgery and just happened to start now, it is more likely that you are suffering from a traumatic thyroiditis, inflamation of the thyroid caused by trauma during the surgery. If that is the case the Methimazole won't do any good, as the gland is not overactive, it is just leaking hormone that is normally stored there. In that case the problem should resolve on its own over a few weeks. If the symptoms are a problem, perhaps an increase in the beta blocker dose will help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was getting excess sweating and was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. With meds the T3,T4,TSH are under control, however I am still sweating. Reasons?
Hyperthyroid symptom: You say your blood levels are under control, but it is still possible that they are slightly high. You don't mention other symptoms. Since treatment, are you palpitations, tremor, anxiety, GI symptoms better? Sometimes you get better relief of some symptoms and not others. A B-blocker may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: The treatment for hyperthyroidism depends on the cause. If you have grave's disease (the most common cause), your treatment options are: antithyroid drugs (methimazole, ptu), a single treatment dose of radioactive iodine, or surgical removal of your thyroid. There are pros and cons with each type of treatment that you need to discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
I have hyperthyroidism since 2010 & was never treated. Do I have to get it treated. Can I live on without treatment. Am I in danger with out medicine.?
Get it treated: Hyperthyroidism is generally treatable. First step is to find out the cause. Hyperthyroidism due to graves' disease (autoimmune thyroid disease) typically will get worst over time. Its complications can be severe, maybe irreversible, affecting quality of life and can lead to death. Untreated hyperthyroidism can lead to cardiac arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation, congestive heart failure, osteoporosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Options: There are pills to treat the thyroid function and there are pills to help with the symptoms. To treat the thyroid, you have ptu or methimazole. The dose is different for different people/size/severity of the disease. To help with the symptoms, a beta-blocker is usually used: propranolo, metoprolol...Radioactive pill can also be used to treat hyperthyroidism. In all cases, you need a physician. ...Read more
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