Patients who have an overactive thyroid might take propylthiouracil to regulate their thyroid function. This medication blocks the thyroid gland from producing thyroid in order to prevent hyperthyroidism. It is taken orally three times a day.

Side Effects/Warnings

This medication causes severe liver damage in both adults and children. Some patients may require a liver transplant or die of liver failure as a result of taking this medication. For this reason, this medication should be reserved for use in cases where other medications or treatments cannot be given or don’t work. Patients should also contact their doctors immediately if they have signs of liver disease such as jaundice, brown urine, fatigue, loss of appetite, stomach pain and nausea and vomiting.

/* Css */ /* Form */

Free Consultation

Contact Jacoby & Meyers
Dangerous Drug Lawyers

Call us Today 800-977-5614

Have you or your loved one suffered an injury?
Yes No
Was Medical Treatment required for the injury?
Yes No
By submitting this form, I agree to be contacted by an attorney from Jacoby & Meyers or one of it sponsors and I hereby acknowledge that I have read the Terms and Condition and I agree to all of its terms and conditions.

*Required Fields

Dangerous Drugs Listing