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High metabolic rate and tension, weight loss. Neomercazole 5mg?

Hi doctor , my name is eva am 26 female 168 cm in height and 42 kg in weight and i lost more than 10 kg in 3 years weight lost because of a high metabolic rate and tension which very draining mentally and physically i was prescribed Neomercazole 5mg and i didnt start just yet i just wanted to check that this medicine actually helps with big weight loss and if i have other choices thank you .
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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Hi dear Eva,
Thank you for choosing HCM,
they have diagnosed your condition as hyperthyroidism, its a very common condition in female characterized by increased secretion of thyroid gland which causes increased metabolic rate, weight loss inspite of increased appetite.But nothing to worry, Neomercazole is an antithyroid drug which effectively improves your weight.
take care..
Answered: Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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