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Taking carbimazole. Have excessive sleep, sweating, racing heart, vomiting, gum and jaw ache, mood swings. Cause?

I have been taking carbimazole for almost 12 months 5mg one per day is now the reduced amount. I have started having little sleep.. waking on almost every heart ... vomiting early hours...dry mouth..gums hurt and jaw ache. Feeling very depressed and anxious..sleeping through day...well snoozing..mind seems to be racing. emotional all the time crying. Overthinking. Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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These central nervous system side-effects are known, so-called extra pyramidal side effects. The best way to address this is by taking a drug holiday , stopping for three months and the going back onto the drug if necessary . In the interim alternative drugs may be used to reduce the symptoms. Please consult your Neurologist to help you with a treatment plan.
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