Mirtazapine and Hyperthyroid

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Does anybody on Mirt developped hypertyriod? I have been on mirt 7 years now and I went to do blood test because I was having fast heart rate.

The test came out that my thyriod are very high.

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    I think there is a lot of info regarding your question within the forum, I googled and came up with this one to start you off, (you could google and follow the other links maybe) Evergreen is very knowledgable about it:

    https://patient.info/forums/discuss/mirtazapine-can-mask-thyroid-problems-507307

     

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      Thanks Calmer you have been a help on this site. Do you think when somebody develop such as Hyperthyriod is time to get off Mirt?
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      Not sure personally, I don't have the knowledge, but being mindful of what's happening at least gives you the informed choice.

      I know others have come off Mirt & then discovered they have hyper or hypo thyroidism.  They have said that they thought that Mirt' was masking this illness.  Then there are others who have said its not a thyroid issue at all but another WD/discontinuation symptom that rights itself eventually.  But I just don't know which it could be.

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    Personaly I went Hypo / Hashimoto.... But Hyper is sometimes kind of a prelude before going hypo... Most difficult thing is to find the connection. 
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