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Can A Lack Of Thyroxine Cause Joint Pain
Joint pain throughout body, can't sleep more 2-4 hr weight gain lack appetite on Synthroid .75 TSH 3.17@nite pain wake me up.Otc pain med no good?
You need a medical e: A medical exam is what you need. Please go see your primary care doctor and let him/her examine you and find out what is wrong. At your age there is high risk of serious medical ailments which can cause bone pains. Only an examination and check of blood tests and x-ray check ups can help to make a correct diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hypot taking levothyroxine, have enlarged thyroid with swelling on left side what would cause this also hoarse, tired, joint pain, moody, sometimes nausea?
Unclear symptoms: Many of your symptoms could be from hypothyroidism if your thyroid blood levels are too low. The thyroid swelling should be evaluated by your doctor, with an ultrasound, maybe scan. A goiter can sometimes interfere with inside structures, although it usually does not. It is also possible your symptoms are not related to thyroid. ...Read more
Can autonomic dysfunction cause fatigue/lack of energy and muscle/bone/joint pain along with other more common symptoms?
Fibromyalgia?: Teenagers w. global pain, back pain, myalgias, chronic fatigue & "autonomic dysfunction" needs medical workup. If no specific findings, then fibromyalgia joins differential diagnosis. An on-line test, via Beighton Criteria, discerns whether Hypermobility Syndrome is complicitous. Osteopaths are commonly more attuned to these diagnostic concerns; Rheumatologists often ignorant about Hypermobility. ...Read more
I have head pressure w a piercing pain by my neck and head.It comes and goes. I have joint pain. And a lack of focus too. What could be happening?
Hard to say: There area many potential causes, consider being seen. From muscular problems with assoviated spasm that usually has a quite benign course to the sequels of a viral or bacterial infection. You should be checked. ...Read more
My daughter is 14 suffering from joint pain. She has positive ana..Negatve ra...No rash...Doctors wont diagnose with jra because lack of warmth and swelling to joints. What else could be going on?
Joint pain only: There is no blood test that can diagnose juvenile idiopathic arthritis. A positive ANA means nothing for the diagnosis of jia. Child must have joint swelling on exam or active synovitis on an MRI of the joint that must be done with IV contrast (mri without contrast cannot detect active arthritis unless it is advanced). Kids with suspected jia should be evaluated by a pediatric rheumatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Suffering from joint pain, lack of energy, weight gain, brain fog and cold extremities, any ideas?
Hypoxia hurts all!: Low oxygen levels (hypoxia) not only affect the lungs, heart & brain but have a severe impact on the joints. Hypoperfusion (a lack of nutrients) to the joints may cause severe pain. Any one who has attempted to mountain climb to fast can appreciate the severe aches incurred w/ the lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes. You are not going crazy if your joints hurt more as your oxygen levels drop! ...Read more
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