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Achy Muscles Hyperthyroidism
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Put on 10mg propranolol for hyperthyroid symptoms. Feel tired and muscle weakness. Went for a walk and felt horrible after. Will this pass?
I Had radioactive iodine treatment 6 months ago for hyperthyroidism. Felt ok for months after but now have loss of muscle strength.Is this expected?
With hyperthyroidism and muscle-weakness. Is it good to sport?(grouplessons sometimes with weigths)or is it better to wait till the medication works?
I ben having muscle spasms in my arm all day. I drink nothing but water all day. I do have a physically demanding job and a hyperthyroid. Any ideas.
Not sure: It is possible to drink to much water in cases where you are losing electrolytes and water in the context of physically demanding work. This can cause muscle spasms. Be sure to replace electrolytes as well (ie sports drinks). The thyroid would need to be monitored by your physician, can't know if it is involved based on this information alone. ...Read more
Tsh is 1 but I don't feel ok..usually have fast heart 90-100 rest-fast breathing-muscle cramps-hair loss..am I level hyperthyroidism or not related?
Heart beat fast: i would have a complete physical with your primary care doctor. He or she can sort out these issues for you. It is not likely hyperthyroidism. Are you the only bald member in the family? If not, it is likely genetic. Fast heart beat can be anxiety. Are you very stressed? De stress your life. ...Read more
Treat thyroid!: As long as you have high thyroid levels, your body is breaking down tissue, including muscle, faster than you can build it. Depending upon how high the thyroid levels are, exercising may be dangerous. So fix the thyroid, get the thyroid levels normal, then work with weights or other forms of resistance training and make sure you're getting plenty of protein in your diet. ...Read more
Hyperthyroid. Had chest pain before thyroid was controlled. But now dull ache on my left shoulder blade. Seek med help?
Hyperthyroid symptom: 20F of unknown ethnicity, location, or current meds asks: Hyperthyroid with chest pain went away with Rx. Now has dull ache of L shoulder blade: Seek med help;. ANS: review what you have been doing- lifting, moving, exercising. etc last few days. If that reveals no good explanation and it continues for another few days then seek real medical help not here. ...Read more
Stomach very sensitive. For example, if I sleep only 6 hours, I have a sensitive stomach all day. If I wait longer than around 15 mins,w/out eating anything or drinking juice, stomach ache all day. Already tested for hyperthyroidism, negative. Any suggest
Non ulcer dyspepsia: Please check "The Gut Solution". We wrote a book about this very common problem and deveoped the SEEDS program to help treat the problem. We have a web site that will help. ...Read more
Possible, but unlike: Overactive thyroid can cause many, many different symptoms. It can increase your intestinal transit time leading to diarrhea, but continuous cramps is unlikely. Get your thyroid level normalized and you'll know if the thyroid was responsible. Meanwhile, keep looking for other possible causes. ...Read more
17yr old son with BP 130-104's/80-90's. Ft3 slightly elevated. Alt 89. Could it be hyperthyroidism?
I am suufering from hyperthyroid and have gained a lot of weight..want to reduce it, doctor has asked me to take Orlistat orlica 60 mg for 6 months, s?
Confused: If you have gained weight, then you are probably hypothyroid. Hyperthyroidism would be associated with weight loss. Nevertheless, simple proper treatment with thyroid replacement should bring about loss of weight, and I therefore would not recommend a concurrent supplement. You may want to consider seeing an endocrinologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Curing hyperthyroid: To cure it, you need to know what causes it. There are many causes for hyperthyroidism, some are temporary and goes away without treatment, others require treatment to permanently treat it. In general, if u take away the thyroid gland (surgery or kill it with radioactive iodine), then the hyperthyroidism is cured (..But then you will be hypothyroid). U need a physician to help u with this disease. ...Read more
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