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Can A Hysterectomy Cause Hypothyroidism
Menopause/Thyroid dx: Graves disease is a thyroid disease. Having your uterus removed is not a caused for graves diease. Having your ovaries removed at the time of hysterectomy can mimick sometimes thyroid disease by causing hot flahes, insomnia, weight changes, skin changes etc. Talk to your obgyn or endocrinologist. ...Read more
Not really: Unless it is part of certain rarely seen syndromes ... Pancreatitis is certainly not a safe condition, with unpredictable outcome [both short and long term] 'different' in/for each individual ...Nothing should be taken lightly about pancreatitis. But, there is no direct link between pancreatitis and thyroid disease;on the other hand, hypothyroidism can contribute to pancreas problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hysterectomy depress: Can hysterectomy cause postpartum depression ? The answer is no. But some women can experience depression in the post hysterectomy period where hysterectomy was done out side of pregnancy but this is not common. Other women have complained of sexual dysfunction following hysterectomy. If depression occurs after postpartum hysterectomy then it may be postpartum depression or a combination of both. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can cause a 20 year old have a sexual dysfunction? Can a vaginal infection cause sexual dysfunction in a female? How can it be treated?
Stress & anxiety: Many causes of sexual dysfunction in (young) women. Stress, anxiety & relationship rank high on list. Check out http://www.webmd.com/women/guide/sexual-dysfunction-women, http://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases_conditions/hic_An_Overview_of_Sexual_Dysfunction & http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/female-sexual-dysfunction/basics/definition/con-20027721 for more information. ...Read more
Unlikely: Endometriosis can interfere with ovulation and therefore make getting pregnant more difficult but is unlikely to interfere with preganancy once established. HOWEVER the hormonal increases with pregnancy can make endometriosis symptoms worse. Suggest you consult your OB-GYN physician. ...Read more
Not likely: Hyperthyroidism is almost always caused by the thyroid, usually either graves disease or a toxic multinodular goiter. It is possible for a pituitary tumor to make excessive tsh, which stimulates the thyroid, but this is very rare. Pituitary mris are very sensitive and pick up a lot of small stuff that may not be significant. See your endocrinologist to sort this out. ...Read more
Probably not: This idea has been tossed around for a good 15-20 years, but clinical research hasn't given us a certain answer. Pcos certainly doesn't "cause" miscarriage, but there "might" be a slightly higher rate of early loss in pcos women. ...Read more
Not associated: Hypothyroidism causes many symptoms and skin manifestations like hair loss and brittle nails. Typically, when patients are treated, the skin returns to normal over time. In my practice I have not seen a relationship between hypopigmentation and hypothyroidism, nor does hypopigmentation usually improve when treating the thyroid. So other independent causes of hypopigmentation should be sought. ...Read more
No: Hysterectomy refers only to the uterus so a total hysterectomy removes the uterus & cervix. If the ovaries are not removed this should not cause menopause although the reduction in blood flow to the ovaries can lead to ovarian dysfunction which might result in menopausal symptoms. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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