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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?
Not to worry: Your eyes natural tears will flush this out after the first blink gets rid of most of it. The product however, is not toxic to the eye and will cause no harm. ...Read more
If you have subclinical hyperthyroidism and take low dose of .25 methimazole, can this kick me into full blown hyperthyroidism?
Taking Atenolol & methimazole for hyperthyroidism. Tapering off Atenolol, can I take Hawthorne instead? Or at the same time? What dose Hawthorne.?
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
I have hyperthyroidism the methimazole and ptu (propylthiouracil) 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 (propylthiouracil) 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
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