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Can Hyperthyroidism Cause A Trembling Tongue
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I have hyperthyroidism with a swollen tongue, is this normal? If not, could it be due to a pituitary adenoma?
Does TSH being high mean hypo or hyperthyroid i woke up this morning with my tongue feeling swollen and touching my uvula what could this be?
Usually hypo (low): The regulation of thyroid hormone works by means of "negative feedback loop". When the concentration of thyroid hormones regulating TSH are low the production TSH is high. Your problem goes beyond the realm of dentistry and my recommendation is for you to see your internist for an evaluation to determine possible causes. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Taking super b complex and iron pills is that good for me i'm 20 have hyperthyroidism and GERD been having pale tongue so my grandma put me on them?
B6; B12 good: The b vitamins are great for tongue health. If you have gerd, you may also need Fluoride supplementation, custom Fluoride applicator trays, or even a saliva substitute to help offset the acid in your mouth. See your dentist frequently (probably every three months) while you have this condition. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: It's not one of the common symptoms. ...Read more
I feel extremely tense i keep pushin gmy tongue on the inside of my mouth and my throat feels swollen i was dxg with possible hyperthyroisism my level was 02 could this be a symptom ?
Graves' disease: Hi. Graves' disease is the most common. This is followed by subacute thyroiditis, which is followed by "toxic" (misnomer...not poisonous) or "hot" (misnomer...they're body temp) nodule(s). In there, you have to factor iatrogenic...usually thyroid cancer patients we deliberately make biochemically hyperthyroid. But good ol' Graves' is definitely in 1st place! Good luck! ...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
Graves disease: Actually hyperthyroidism does not cause exophthalomos. Graves disease is an autoimmune disease that causes hyperthyroidism, and in some people causes exophthalomos. The eye disease can occur years after the thyroid problem is resolved. There is inflammation in and behind the eyes from the autoimmune process. ...Read more
Hyperthyroid: If you have both hyperthyroidism and/or vomiting, you must see a doctor as soon as possible. If you have seen your doctor you must set a time for your doctor.If you cannot be seen by your regular doctor, you MUST have someone take you to the Emergency Facility. Recovery should be OK. Please let me know how things go. Michael Kleerekoper ...Read more
Yes. : The thyroid hormone is a permissive hormone that stimulates metabolic and catabolic cycles in your body. Hyperthyroidism subsequently enhances these cycles causing insomnia, heat intolerance, anxiety, chest palpitation, and possible low grade fever, etc. Now, all these symptoms can be controlled by medication. I recommend that you see an endocrinologist for further evaluation. ...Read more
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