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Definitely: It has no effect on your thyroid, which needs to be followed up to insure the proper dose of methinazole. ...Read more
On methimazole 30mg/daily 2 months TSH got from 0.01 to 84, dr lower the dose to 15 mg. Will repeat test in 4 weeks shld levels got down with new dose?
If you have subclinical hyperthyroidism and take low dose of .25 methimazole, can this kick me into full blown hyperthyroidism?
I have sudden left chest pains cause of untreated hyperthyroid. I do self treat and take methimazole, do you reckon I should increase or decrease dose?
Dr eval: You need to be followed by a physician who will monitor & titrate your medications. ...Read more
Taking Atenolol & methimazole for hyperthyroidism. Tapering off Atenolol, can I take Hawthorne instead? Or at the same time? What dose Hawthorne.?
I have hyperthyroidism the methimazole and ptu cause my WBC to be around 3.1 I feel great otherwise can I just drop the dose age from 2x a day 50mg st?
Talk to doc : Lowering the dose might cause your levels to go out of range and you won't feel "great" again. Talk to your doc to see if he/she is willing to monitor you closely. If the drugs ptu or methimazole is causing adverse reactions, you might need to think about the othet options: radioactive iodine or surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually: Most people have no problem with Methimazole but, like any medication, there can be side effects. The most serious is a suppression of the bone marrow which will impair the body's ability to fight infections. If a person takes Methimazole and gets fever, infection, sore throat or anything worse than a runny nose, they need to stop the med and call their doctor immediately for a blood test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: According to pubmed, ahfs consumer medication information, methimazole does not have side effects to the eyes. Its side effects include:skin rash, upset stomach, , dizziness etc.. Methimazole is normally used to treat hyperthyrodism. Thyroid diseases can however affect the eyes and cause dry eyes and other eye diseases. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0000686/ http://emedicine.Medsca. ...Read more
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