by Ashden2010, 4 hours
I have my baby On Nov. 4th 2013, after that I felt so stressed and my hair start falling out a lot, This January I noticed that I have a itchy skin during bedtime and I cant sleep no matter I do, & also I have had a short breath. the end up I went to the hospital and they did a blood work and they found out that I have a suppressed hyperthyroid and my doktor gave me a medication which is Methimazole, since I started to take this medication I can sleep good at night time, my hair stop lossing and I dont feel any short breath anymore, my question is this medication works good for my hyperthroid? I am on schedule this coming 17th for scan,,,,and before when I didnt start to take the Methimazole my body like feet, hand. & head I felt always cold but now I didn't feel it anymore ,,, pls help me ...thank you so much :)
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