Most endocrinologists that I know of, support using the antithyroid drugs, barring situations in which 1) the patient's liver functions change drastically; or 2) the patient's white cell count plummets; or 3) the patient has serious allergic reactions to the drugs. Not everyone is a candidate for the drug therapy. If you fall into any of those categories (or other categories in which the drugs are showing, or have the potential to show dangerous effects on the body), then you will have a hard time finding a doctor to go along with continued treatment. If you are, however, just starting out, and want to try the drugs, most endos do not have a problem with it.
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