Treatment of Hyperthyroidism
Hyperthyroidism can be treated with antithyroid medications that interfere with the production of thyroid hormones (primarily methimazole; propylthiouracil is now used only for women in the first trimester of pregnancy). Another option is radioactive iodine therapy to damage the cells that make thyroid hormones. In rare cases in which women do not respond to or have side effects from these therapies, surgery to remove the thyroid (either one part of the entire gland) may be necessary. The choice of treatment will depend on the severity and underlying cause of your symptoms, your age, whether you are pregnant, other conditions you may have, and the potential side effects of the medication.
Since Reverse T3 is an inactive hormone, and since this hormone in excess will bind to your thyroid receptors and start to prevent T3 from getting to your cells…the symptoms are increased hypothyroidism! . whatever are your particular symptoms of being hypo will increase. It’s individual. This could include more fatigue, for example, or an increase in adrenaline creating anxiety, or increased depression, or an increased need to nap…on and on. Or a rising RT3 can mean that no matter what you have done, you still have irritating hypothyroid symptoms!
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