Endocrine drugs

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IndicationDrugContraindications, side effects and note
PCOS (hirsutism, by inhibiting binding of testosterone)Mild liver injury, GI
T2DM (by reducing incretin degradation)Oral administration, decreases appetite with less effect
T1DM (short acting) Hypoglycemia, onset: 15 min, peak: 1h, lasts: 4h
Myxedema coma, preparing for iodine therapyWarm moist skin, increased CO and pulse pressure, increased appetite, weakness
Obesity (against fat absorption)Steatorrhea
T2DM (by inhibiting carb absorption)Flatulence, diarrhea
Kidney stones, idiopathic hypercalciuriaHypercalcemia
Hyperthyroidism (more potent, crosses placenta)Cold dry skin, decreased pulse pressure, bradycardia, decreased appetite, fatigue, fever, rashes, jaundice, hepatitis, agranulocytosis
T2DM (by increasing insulin release)Expensive, by injection, also decreases appetite, gastric motility
T1DM (intermediate acting) Hypoglycemia, onset: 30 min, peak: 2h, lasts: 8h
Paget's disease, osteoporosis, hypercalcemia of malignancyGastric irritation (abdo pain, diarrhea, loss of taste), bone pain, headache, rash
T1DM (long acting) Hypoglycemia, onset: 1hr, peak: 6h, lasts: 18h
Hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidismHypothyroidism (via Wolff-Chaikoff effect) or hyperthyroidism, hyperthyroidism if used for >8 weeks (Jod Basedow phenomenon)
HyperthyroidismDelayed hypothyroidism
Obesity (against appetite)Depression, anxiety, nausea
T1DM (long acting) Hypoglycemia, onset: 4hr, peak: none, lasts: 18h
PCOS (for increasing fertility, via blocking estrogen inhibition of hypothalamus)Vasomotor flushing, visual blurring, ovary enlargement
T1DM and T2DMWeight gain, hypoglycemia
Cortisol suppression tests, psoriasis, eczemaThinning skin
Precocious pubertyHeadache, depression, insomnia, nausea and vomiting
IndicationDrugContraindications, side effects and note
Hyperthyroidism (less potent, does not cross placenta)Cold dry skin, decreased pulse pressure, bradycardia, decreased appetite, fatigue, fever, rashes, jaundice, hepatitis, agranulocytosis
PCOS (hirsutism, by inhibiting binding of testosterone)Liver toxicity, gynecomastia, erectile dysfunction
Hypoaldosteronism, chronic adrenal insufficiencyHypokalemic alkalosis
Paget's disease, hyperparathyroidism, idiopathic juvenile hypercalcemia, vitamin D toxicosis, osteoporosisHypocalcemia, kidney stones
Obesity (against appetite)Increased heart rate, hypertension, sympathetic activation (dry mouth, constipation, nausea)
PCOS (hirsutism, by blocking T to DHT conversion)Impotence
Hyperaldosteronism (Conn's syndrome)Hyperkalemia
Hyperparathyroidism, hypercalcemiaInhibit PTH synthesis at lower concentrations of calcium
Osteoporosis (for increasing bone mass)Very expensive
Anything (adrenal crisis, chronic adrenal insufficiency)Cushingoid syndrome, edema, hypokalemic alkalosis, myopathy, induced ACTH insufficiency, reduced intestinal absorption of calcium
T2DM (by blocking PPAR in adipocytes)Weight gain, possible liver disease and cardiac failure, bladder cancer
T2DM (by blocking ATP-sensitive K channel, weakly)Weight gain, hypoglycemia, nausea, vomiting
HypoglycemiaSubcutaneous injection, can cause hyperglycemia
T2DM (by activating AMPPK)Lactic acidosis, anorexia, nausea, flatulence, diarrhea
Paget's diseaseA cytotoxic antibiotic
Osteoporosis, osteomalacia, rickets, hypoparathyroidismHypercalcemia, particularly dangerous in patients taking digoxin
T2DM (by blocking ATP-sensitive K channel)Weight gain, hypoglycemia, nausea, vomiting, alcohol-induced flushing
HypothyroidismWarm moist skin, increased CO and pulse pressure, increased appetite, weakness
PCOS (hirsutism)Hyperkalemia

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