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Treatment for grave hyperthyroid
I am suffering with Grave hyperthyroid and atrial fibrillation for over 3 years. For last one year, my t3, t4 and tsh are in normal range with 10 mg of neo marcazole (nmz)  per day. I do not want to undergo surgery or radio iodine therapy . Questions: Question 1: Is there any chance to reduce or stop neo marcazole? Or i have to take it life long? Question 2: Is there any side effect of taking it life long! Question 3: is there any permanent solution except surgery or radio iodine therapy?
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Answer 1 life long Answer 2 no side effect. But you need to regularly monitor thyroid profile preferably every 3 months Answer 3 - No permanent solution
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You will have to take Neomarcazole for long time... Dose can be adjusted according to thyroid profile
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Agreed to Dr Manoj
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