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Effect Of Hyperthyroidism To Infertility
For a few years I have had subclinical hyperthyroidism. Recently, i been gaining weight, been really dizzy and infertile, is it possible to switch to?
Is shifting from amiodarone to dronedarone helpful to treat amiodarone induced hyperthyroidism (what are the difference in side effect between them?
Dronaderone : dronaderone has less thyroid and pulmonary toxicity than amiodarone as it's a different chemical structure within same class. But it has its on cautions -- mainly not to be used in patients with heart failure as it causes more flare-ups and hospitalizations so to speak. Consider a different anti arrhythmic drug altogether.... ...Read more
Complications: Uncontrolled hyperthyroidism during pregnancy can increase the risk of miscarriage, preterm labor, low birth-weight babies, stillbirths, pre-eclampsia (high blood pressure, low platelet, protein in urine and mental changes)...You should not have uncontrolled hyperthyroidism during pregnancy. Please make sure you have an experienced endocrinologist on your team. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When I was younger I was on Fluoxetine, but I had the horrible side effect of always being hot so I had to stop, can fluoxetine cause hyperthyroidism?
What is the best treatment for hyperthyroid in terms of side effect for women. Radiation or surgery?
Find the root cause: I get this question a lot and unfortunately I have to say no about the medications. But i'd like to offer another solution. The goal of hyperthyroid meds is to. ...Read more
I take half of a 25mg atenenol can I drink alcohol? Will this effect the pill? It's forr hyperthyroidism
OK to drink EtOH: Hi. It's OK to drink alcohol while taking a beta-blocker. I always advise people to drink responsibly in moderation if they drink, but alcohol per se will not interfere with the beta-blocker or your hyperthyroidism (which I hope/assume has been or is being treated). Cheers! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When pituitary gland is responsible for thyroid .Then effect on TSH goes to high or low side of normal range means hypo or hyperthyroid condition?
If your: Pituitary is responsible for hypothyroidism, by definition your TSH will be low. That's what causes the thyroid deficiency. If it is normal, and your free T4 is normal, you do not have hypothyroidism or are on replacement, possibly unnecessarily. Check w/your doctor or see an endocrinologist. ...Read more
Would any type of thyroid disease(hypothyroid/hyperthyroid/any other kind of thyroid disease) effect an HIV antibody test?
No: The most common cause of a false negative HIV antibody test is testing during the "window period" between the time of viral transmission and acute HIV seroconversion. False positive tests are rare and usually result from labeling errors. I am unaware of any bearing that thyroid disease may have on the accuracy of HIV antibody assays. ...Read more
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