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Carbimazole Side Effects
Let me help: Blood and bone marrow problems , gastrointestinal problems hair loss headaches itching jointpain liver problems - if you develop jaundice you should seek medical advice musclepain or tenderness - you should seek medical advice if you get any musclepain or tenderness nausea skin rash or rashes urticaria. You should medical attention if you have any of those. Good luck. ...Read more
I am taking 10mg of Carbimazole daily for hyperthyroidism is it safe to take Clenbuterol as well? What are the side effects etc.
Can be dangerous: Clenbuterol is not approved for use in the US. It is available in some countries for treating asthma. It is illegally used for athletic performance enhancement. It can be dangerous in someone with hyperthyroidism, especially if thyroid levels are still high, as it is a stimulant. It can cause fast heart beating, high blood pressure, shakiness, anxiety, and possible heart valve problems. ...Read more
What underlying side effects for carbimazole 40mg/day upon stable hypertyroidism condition (normal free t4) Developed goiter when overdose period.
Hyperthyroidism: Hi. Carbimazole (or its active metabolite, methimazole) can be used to treat hyperthyroidism (Graves' or hyper nodule(s)). It will NEVER cure hyper nodules, although it can control them indefinitely. There is a chance of curing Graves' disease, although the cure rate is only on the order of 50% after 2 years of treatment. As long as thee no adverse side effects, the drug can be used indefinitely. ...Read more
I am taking 10mg of carbimazole daily for my hyperthyroism condition. Will i gain weight from the medication and what will happen if i stop taking?
Stopping may cause: Stopping the medication may worsen your symptoms. However, being on it may not cause you gain weight. ...Read more
This is a rare: But well reported concern for this medication. The specific mechanism is not well worked out, but as thyroid disease is autoimmune, patients may be a set up for a second immune related problem with granulocyte production. ...Read more
What is the difference between ptu (propylthiouracil) and carbimazole? Is it possible to switch medication?
Different: Carbimazole is converted to an anti=thyroid drug methimazole. Ptu (propylthiouracil) is a different anti-thyroid drug. Both are effective. Ptu (propylthiouracil) better, but not used as much since it can be associated with liver disease. Both have potential side effects. Talk w/your doctor. ...Read more
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