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If your cat suffers from hyperthyroidism, your veterinarian may prescribe Methimazole. This fast-acting medication treats the condition by slowing the production of thyroid hormone in the thyroid gland.
Hyperthyroidism can cause your cat to loose weight, shed, and suffer from a variety of other uncomfortable symptoms. While the condition cannot be cured, it can be treated effectively with prescription Methimazole. This medication works by controlling hormone production in the thyroid gland. We ensure that your cat gets the right dosage by mixing the exact amount of Methimazole that your cat needs into a flavored oral suspension, which is easy to give to your pet.
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You can find a Client Information Sheet which provides a summary of information about Compounded Methimazole Suspension by following the link below:
If you have questions or concerns about Compounded Methimazole Suspension, or conditions related to its use, contact your pet's veterinarian or pharmacist.
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Medication Fact Sheet
** This medication was custom compounded for you based on the prescription orders of your veterinarian.**
Description of this Medication:
Methimazole is used in the treatment of hyperthyroidism by inhibiting the production of the thyroid hormone in the thyroid gland.
How to Use this Medication:
The Transdermal Gel dosage form allows the medicine to be absorbed into the bloodstream through the skin of the animals ear.
The Suspension needs to be shaken well and is to be given orally using the oral syringe provided.
The normal dosage of Methimazole is 1.25mg to 10mg given one-two times daily based on the prescribed volume to be administered.
Store this medication at room temperature. Protect from light. Keep out of reach of children.
Beyond Use Date:
It is recommended that the Transdermal gel and the suspension be used within 3 months. Do not keep medication beyond the use date.
Possible Side Effects:
Side effects of this medication are generally rare and may include anorexia, vomiting, lethargy, self-excoriation (clawing and biting), and excessive scratching of the face.
Cautions and Warnings:
If side effects of the medication are noticed, consult your veterinarian or pharmacist.