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Hi i am 28 year old suffering from Hyperthyroid from

Hi i am 28 year old suffering from Hyperthyroid from last 3 to 4 years and maximum m facing problem on palpitation & Low HB level(8.2) now my TSH is <0.01,T4 11.2 & T3 is 167. I was discontinue the Med from last 7 month now from last month again m taking neocarbamazole 20 mg but not imrpoving anything.again m loss my weight 3 kg from last month.kindly help me.
Tue, 30 Oct 2018
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