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Have acute thyroiditis. Could it be caused by taking Duromine?

I was just diagnosed with Thyrogitis and have an over active thyroid with swelling have had biopsy which showed acute thyrogitis ... I have been suffering for the past month I had been taking Duromine for 12 months 15mg was wondering if that could be the cause of it as I stopped it suddenly a month ago seems like a coincidence just curious if that is the cause of it going to drs tomorrow to get results of nuclear xray
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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Duromine does not cause thyroiditis as side effect so its just an coincidence.
Most common cause of thyroiditis is usually bacterial or fungal infections
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