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What about us persons with thyroid cancer. I often wonder how accurate our labs are being we had a thyroidectomy.?.
I’m on tirosint and low dose cytomel. Recently my endo (whom I’ve now fired), lowered my tirosint because “you’re too high.” Her words. I understand thyroid cancer patients are kept suppressed as part of cancer tx. And fully disagree with my med reduction. I lost my job now, am not functioning 80%. And getting worse as the weeks go by.
My pcp agreed to take over my meds but wants to wait the 6-8 weeks to get an accurate reading. Feb 22nd is in that time frame. I fear I cannot wait that long as my thoughts are getting darker….but, I am going to skip my meds that morning and take after my labs. Do you have any “suggestions” (I’m not ok with NDT, Armour etc…not yet)

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Treatment of acute massive thyroid hormone overdosage is aimed at reducing gastrointestinal absorption of the drugs and counteracting central and peripheral effects, mainly those of increased sympathetic activity. Vomiting may be induced initially if further gastrointestinal absorption can reasonably be prevented and barring contraindications such as coma, convulsions, or loss of the gagging reflex. Treatment is symptomatic and supportive. Oxygen may be administered and ventilation maintained. Cardiac glycosides may be indicated if congestive heart failure develops. Measures to control fever, hypoglycemia, or fluid loss should be instituted if needed. Antiadrenergic agents, particularly propranolol, have been used advantageously in the treatment of increased sympathetic activity. Propranolol may be administered intravenously at a dosage of 1 to 3 mg, over a 10-minute period or orally, 80 to 160 mg/day, initially, especially when no contraindications exist for its use.

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