What is the use of Neo-Mercazole?
Neo-Mercazole 10 Tablet belongs to a group of medicine called anti-thyroid agents. It is used in the treatment of hyperthyroidism. It reduces the amount of thyroid hormones produced by the thyroid gland.
What are the side effects of carbimazole?
5. Side effects of carbimazole
- feeling sick (nausea)
- being sick (vomiting) or diarrhoea.
- feeling dizzy.
- painful joints.
- itchy skin or rash.
- thinning hair.
Can carbimazole make you gain weight?
Most of our patients (N = 147) were treated with radioiodine, 10 patients with carbimazole and 3 patients had thyroidectomy. The median weight gain 6 months after therapy was 5.0 kg, after 12 months 9.0 kg, and after 24 months 12 kg, whereafter body mass stabilised.
What happens if I stop carbimazole?
Recap. Skipping or stopping your antithyroid medication or thyroid hormone replacement will lead to undesirable and possibly dangerous effects. Not taking your medication also increases your risk of fatal conditions like myxedema coma if you are hypothyroid, and thyroid storm if you are hyperthyroid.
Does Carbimazole affect immune system?
Does being on medication for my thyroid disorder suppress my immune system? Neither levothyroxine, nor carbimazole nor propylthiouracil, are immunomodulatory therapies. i.e. they do not change nor weaken your immune system.
Can carbimazole damage kidneys?
Hypothyroidism induced by thionamides (methimazole, carbimazole, and propylthiouracil) can cause kidney failure. Thionamides can affect kidney function by different immunological mechanisms leading to the development of different types of glomerulonephritis (113, 114, 115).
Can carbimazole affect the liver?
Carbimazole causes intracanalicular cholestasis whilst propylthiouracil causes hepatocellular injury. Therefore thyrostatic medication can be interchanged without increasing risk of further liver damage. Thionamide-induced liver damage is an idiosyncratic reaction, usually occurs within first three months of treatment.
Does Carbimazole lower your immune system?