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Can Hypothyroidism Cause Tremors
No: Most people with hypothyroidism do not develop tremors.
With hypothyroidism & the tremors with that. Is it normal with the feeling of hard & Shake breathing? Feels like I breath togheter/with the tremors.
If you thyroid: Level is normal, it's not your thyroid that's causing your problems. Check w/your doctor re: other possible causes.
I have fibromyalgia, hypothyroidism and have noticed a tremor in my hands that is worsening. I am 48. What could it be?
Just diagnosed w/ hypothyroid TSH 25 in the ER. Symptoms are hyper, rapid pulse & weight loss, tremors, freq. Bathroom. How is this possible? Thanks.
Repeat the test: Hi. First of all, no symptom is specific for a disease, and no disease is specific for a symptom. You were on l-thyroxine for 2 weeks for TSH 25. You could have had a postpartum thyroiditis (as you state) that was caught in the hypothyroid phase which then recovered and went back to normal. Then the 100 mcg dose could make you hyperthyroid. Your doc will check labs to see. Good luck!See 2 more doctor answers
Dear sir, my TSH is 0.741 uIU/ml. I have the all symptoms of hypothyroidism, like weakness, tremor, fatigue, weight gain and cold intolerance?
Normal TSH Level: Your Blood Test for TSH is normal low range. Normal Level range From 0.5 to 4.5/5.0 This blood test does not suggest that you have Hypothyroidism Consult your doctor and if he/she still suspects Hypothyroidism, repeat the full Thyroid profile including TSH, T3, T4and FreeT4 There may be some other cause of your symptoms. Tremors are usually caused by Hyperthyroidism
Diagnosed with hypothyroidism & IBS. Sick for 8 years Constant tremors of hands jaw & legs Hard to breathe. Dry skin. Constantly dizzy and weak. Help?
See a doctor: Nicole, if you have been sick for 8 years it is unlikely someone on a free advice site is going to be able to help much! It certainly sounds as if you need to have your thyroid checked again, assuming you are on replacement, and possibly have your adrenals and other hormones and chemistries checked. Certainly you should stay well hydrated. But get an exam please. Good luck to you!
I have hypothyroidism and can't seem to lose weight. I rarely get hungry so I've added meal replacement shakes to my diet & 1 meal. What's wrong?
I have hypothyroidism and trying to start an intense workout routine, is it safe to drink protein shakes with my condition? Thanks.
Yes, no problem: If your hypothyroidism is being properly treated you'll have normal levels of thyroid hormone & thus have the same levels of thyroid as a normal person & you can function normally. But many just on levothyroxine don't have adequate t3; ask your doctor to check your free t3; if not in the upper half of the normal range you may benefit from liothyronine (cytomel) as well. See http://bit. Ly/15k26u8.
Likely complex...: Thyroid hormones have complex interactions with many parts of the whole body. Hypothyroidism can lead to hyponatremia or to both SIADH + hyponatremia. Being low in thyroid hormone can somehow lead to the release of anti-diuretic hormone from the pituitary gland, so one gets SIADH and the accompanying excess water in the body.
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