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This is my first post, never been on a forum before so I would be very happy with any advice, I was diagnosed as overactive with graves disease three years ago, bold me I didnt take my meds properly, was supposed to take 40mg of neomercazole I didnt take nay for months thought it would just go away! Didnt make appointments to my endocrinoligist either due to work commitments so when I see the lovely goitre appear in my neck and my symptoms of being very hot and clammy, wet hair on the back of my neck, bad tremors and sore eyes I said i better come out of the fog and attend the endocrinoligist. After getting given out to for about a half hour first before being told to take 60mg daily of neomercazole, no messing, I did, the tremors alleviated, the sweating stopped, of course the goitre remained but started to feel generally better. Neomercazole were taken off the market and its been a disaster since. On carbizamole four 5mg, 3 times a day, its annoying but needs must. trmors came back slightly in my hands and knees, want to rub my eyes more they look sore and portrude slightly, having lost weight which i needed to happen, I have gained over a stone since last visit on March 27th, so on 60mg of carbizamole and its up weight, feeling irritable all the time and snappy which isnt me at all, there are days where i sleep all night and wake up not able to open my eyes and barely functioning for the day, I honestly felt better when I wasnt taking any medication, does that sound strange or what?? Next visit in July I dont think the goitre is as portruding or am I just used to seeing and feeling it, I just feel yuck, my left eye hops regularly I just wish it would go away! How does this happen in the first place! Nobody in my family has it, I feel low energy and low mood, I heard if you drink green veg juice it is good for mood swings and reducing the goitre any truth in this do ye think? Please help! I have only just turned 40 and hopes of that longed for baby dissapearing from me
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