I have hyperthyroidism, do I need to stop taking my medication before the career entry physical?The transaminases are already over 60.
If you are diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, you need to take regular medication under the guidance of your doctor. Your high transaminases cannot be ruled out to be related to the use of medication.
Personally, I don't recommend that you stop taking your medication during the physical examination, even if you stop now, your transaminases are not likely to be normal immediately, if your other test results are normal, just this one is high, it should not matter.
Your current poor liver function is caused by hyperthyroidism, or because of fatty liver, that if you need to stop the medication before the physical examination, which is based on your basal heart rate, if you hyperthyroidism, then the machine heart rate is faster, and then the best advice, or oral medication.
It is true that hyperthyroidism can have abnormal liver function, and the medications used to treat it can also cause abnormal liver function.Obviously, abnormal liver function cannot pass the medical examination for entry into the job.Treatment options for hyperthyroidism are now well established, with the main options being oral medication, iodine 131 therapy and surgery.In China, drug therapy is generally preferred, including methimazole and propylthiouracil, both of which are very effective and are maintained for 12-18 months.Iodine 131 treatment is also simple and economical and has a high cure rate.Therefore, hyperthyroidism should be treated actively.