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Hyperthyroid bipolar disorder heart fail
Hi 30f.I have bipolar disorder recently I have been diagnosed with subclinical hyperthyroidism and using neomarcazole 5mg daily once. I have anxiety nervouseness Fear left side chest pain shoulder hand pain chest pain on and off fear. I am very much worried if I will get heart attack or heart failure due to all these. Am I safe or will I get heart attack or heart failure what to do plz help I have little kid I want to live but I am very much stressful plz respond thank u
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Probably you need more doses...and add on medication for anxiety.Please connect with recent Thyroid function test
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You are not taking enough dose. It's required modification Kindly book an appointment for treatment plan and diet restriction Search me Dr.zaheer ahmad on practo in Bareilly
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