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Adrenals More T3 Or Fibromyalgia
No, but ...: There has been no convincing evidence to tell the tale of concern as described. So, do not worry. Of course, anything going in moderation has been always a good advice for average person's daily living. More on overindulgency? Go to http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter05.html. ...Read more
Could TSH 0.6 & ft4 0.9 & extreme fatigue/low body temp possibly suggest pituitary problems? More workup or seek other etiology?
Work up: Hopefully, you have been referred to an endocrinologist to discuss these laboratory results. Single values in a vacuum often do not tell the whole story, and the hypothalamic, pituitary, thyroid, end organ axis can have a number of reasons for these results. Best to discuss with the person who ordered the tests to get an appropriate referral and make sure you're up to speed with the plan. ...Read more
Muscle twitching throughout body for 5 years. No loss of strength or atrophy. Never dx w/ BFS. Brain MRI norm. Get vitamin + mineral spectrum test?
Muscle Twitching: There are so many good pain management doctors, like Dr Michael Moskowitz and Dr Lee Wolfer in the San Francisco area that could work through this. I mention their names so you can review their websites and then compare to someone you find. Typically you need someone to think outside the box. Good luck. Dr Rich Blake ...Read more
Neurologist or oncologist for paraneoplastic neurological syndrome?Maybe sclc?-smoked 10yr. Now: dysesthesias, fatigue, cold/heat intolerant, no hunger.
On a ACTH stimulation 3 time point base number 8, 30 min =23.5, 60 min = 39.6 does this suggest secondary adrenal insufficiency?
Not Enough Info: The baseline of 8 mcg is a borderline morning value and normal in the evening. The time of the day, ACTH value, reason for the test, how long the condition has been present for are all important. If it is secondary adrenal insufficiency it is likely new in onset. This test does completely rule out primary adrenal insufficiency though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I see an MS doc on Thursday. In the meantime, I'm nervous. Neurogenic bladder, L5 numbness, migraines, fatigue, memory trouble. How likely is MS?
Do you need an endocrinologist for very low vitamin d (blood test=10) w/ strong symptoms like fatigue, muscle aches, anxiety, general weakness?
Symptoms. Include fatigue, wt gain, sleep problems, hair loss, low iga, pinpoint petechiae on arms, migraines, brain fog, sore throat? Thoughts re dx
Autoimmunity: Hi! sorry to hear you have so many symptoms. Autoimmune diseases frequently cause several symptoms, especially in young women. The issues with fatigue, hair loss, low iga, and petechia are suspicious for itp, lupus, and other autoimmune conditions. Definitely seek medical attention. ...Read more
Low vitamin d (12), fatigue with muscle and joint pain. Daily issue, restless legs at night...Possible fibromyalgia? How to test for it?
Physical exam: The best test for fibromyalgia is a physical exam by a skilled physician knowledgeable in fibromyalgia. There is no lab or imaging study that can confirm fibromyalgia. Be aware that vitamin d deficiency can mimic fibromyalgia-- i would not diagnose fibromyalgia unless a person has corrected their vitamin d deficiency. It can take 9-12 months to correct a low vitamin d. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Re. Osteochondroma - mhe - has any one worked on the syndromes associated with the metabolic issues; particularly narcolepsy, fatigue and more?
Not associated: To the best of my knowledge mhe or multiple heridary enchondrosis is not associated with metabolic problems and typically is manifested more by the phyisical manefestations of the growths. In this disease some can progress to chondrosarcomas so any growth that rapidly grows or becomes overly painful requires observation. ...Read more
Had sev tests to DX leg/arm tingling &.dizziness like evoked potential, EMG, MRI, etc. Would any of them cause a 2-3 inch growth in height @ age 38?
Not likely: Over our lifetime,most of us lose height primarily due to disc degeneration (Which it it appears was at least 1 thing being worked up by your Neuro)& cartilage loss in large weight bearing joints i.e. the knee.By 38 most people have obtained their max height & the tests you noted don't change that.However, depending on precisely how your ht is measured,i.e. w/shoes vs. w/o the readings will be off ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have lorazepam, 1 mg, for anxiety. Taking 1/2 of one @ bed. Helps insomnia, muscle pain and hot flashes(?!) Does that seem reasonable or concerning?
Have fibro and arthritis uppper arms muscle spasms would cymbalta help more than lyrica (pregabalin) need pain med?
Apples & oranges: While both medications have indications from the fda for the treatment of fibromyalgia, they are very different. Cymbalta is an serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor also indicated for the treatment of major depression as well as generalized anxiety disorder. Lyrica (pregabalin) works through GABA and is also indicated for seizure disorder. Your physician should be able to help you decide. ...Read more
Fever, not move 1-3 cm neck nodes, enlarged sub gland, night sweats, loss 20 lbs in 5 months. many tests no answer. Mayo says genetic or chronic cance?
More information : In order for you to get an appropriate answer, you will need to provide more detailed information. I suggest that you set up a consultation with a HealthTap Dr. of your choosing. Otherwise, you need to be more specific about what you would like answered in this informal forum. ...Read more
Symptomes: abdominal obesity, baldness, brachydactyly, depression, low energy level, muscle twitching, small penis, small testes. What doctor to see?
Can Trileptal cause, or aggravate, tics or muscle twitches? What should I look out for. I'm taking 75mg, at the moment, for Bipolar 1 Disorder.
?: It may cause tremors as a side effect, you are on a low dose though, at any rate, not all listed side effects should be be experienced. Keep a diary of your symptoms for next appointment with your doctor and discuss with him/her, as you are on other medications too, which don't seem to interact, good luck ...Read more
Hypothyroid. T3 (liothyronine) 1.8(1.6-3) T4 16(9-21) experiencing symptoms such as chronic fatigue, exhaustion, feeling faint, mental illness,etc really need help?
Need more info: It is a little challenging to answer as our thyroid test units here in the States are different from yours. But if we had the TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone), also known as thyrotopin, value we might be of more help, Consider writing back and adding that. You have a combination of conditions that can cause fatigue and exhaustion. I hope you can find some help. All the best to you. ...Read more
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