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I am living in Germany for three years and has just be

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I am living in Germany for three years and has just be diagnosed through ultra sound and dye injection for hot and cold nodules part of my thyriod is not working. I have been told I will have to have an operation to remove a section that is not working and been giving thyronajod tablets to be taken once a day before any other liqiud or food, my problem is everything is in german and don't know what the side effects are.
Submitted: 8 years ago via Patientsville.
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Expert:  Macy RN replied 8 years ago.


I am happy to help you.

Could you tell me the name of the medication and I will get the side effects for you.



Customer: replied 8 years ago.
my medination is calle thyronajod please could you tell me if this is normal to have an operation to remove part of thyriod that is not working
Expert:  Macy RN replied 8 years ago.

Alright here are the possible side effects:

~fatigue, increased weight, hair loss or thinning, dry skin, itching, headache,increased sweating, increased blood pressure or heart rate, palpitations, muscle or joint pain,

tremors,anxiety ,depression, insomnia,.

Now you might not have any side effects because those are just possible.

Reasons to remove part or all of your thyroid include:




If the area that is not working is enlarged that normally would be removed.

You can read more about it here:

Hope this helps,


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