9 Meds You Should NEVER Stop Taking Abruptly

Thyroid medication

People with hyperthyroid (overactive thyroid) and hypothyroid (underactive thyroid) need medication to regulate their thyroid’s hormone production, which helps control metabolism. People with hyperthyroid who stop taking their medications may trigger a ‘thyroid storm,’ a life-threatening condition accompanied by a rapid heartbeat, fever, fainting, and if left untreated, coma.

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