Tapazole

What is Tapazole?

Methimazole (also known as Tapazole or Thiamazole or MMI) is an antithyroid drug, and part of the thioamide group. Like its counterpart propylthiouracil, a major side effect of treatment is agranulocytosis.

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Hi, I was previously on the tapazole pill for hyperthyroid and have been off the pill for about 6 weeks. I just smoked shisha today for the first...

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Hi, I was previously on the tapazole pill for hyperthyroid and have been off the pill for about 6 weeks. I just smoked shisha today for the first...

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Hi I am male 41 years old 5'6" 187 lbs. Prior to 2008, I was active both physically and mentally, with a high level of self-confidence. An incident...

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