I was prescribed two med lopressor (metoprolol tartrate) from a cardiolist and methimazole for hyperthyroidism. Not taking them I have an appointment with a endorc. Outcome?

Told to take meds. ...Is the likely outcome. That pair of meds is used when thyroid levels are high, making metabolism run high, with risk of heart attack, arrhythmia, stroke. Endocrinologist will likely concur with prescription and discourage you from not taking meds in future. Good luck.

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Was put on lopressor, (metoprolol tartrate) I have a swollen thyroid, cardiologist didn't really go into detail, was sent with a ECG on, why? Language barrier. What next?

Hmm... You need a new doctor to explain to you what's going on asap! sorry to hear your predicament! good luck. Read more...
Probably nothing. Some people with abnormal thyroid function have abnormal heart rhythms. If your thyroid level is too high, you might have a fast heart rate. Lopressor (metoprolol tartrate) would be used to slow your heart rate. The ECG was likely done to make sure there wasn't another reason for the fast heart rate. Read more...