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Excess Thyroxine Hot Flashes
Yes it can: Yes, caffeine can aggravate hot flashes: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/21680119 other dietary triggers include alcohol, cayenne, and other spicy foods. If your hot flashes seem worse after consuming these foods, try eliminating those you suspect and see if the hot flashes subside. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nausea, fatigue, low appetite, headaches, vision changes, seeing spots, irritable, hot flashes. All related to TSH .007 needing lower Synthroid (thyroxine) or no?
get checked: A TSH that low usually means the dose of synthoid might be too high.. Check with the doctor who put you on the meds to see what the next step is. ...Read more
Hyperthyroid symptoms w/ normal tsh. Weight loss/hunger fatigue/sleep prob, puffy face, sweat, low blood sugar, anxiety, dizzy if stand, dry skin acne
Yes: Hot flashes and night sweats are common menopausal symptoms in women due to low estrogen levels. Men do not normally have these symptoms because testosterone prevents it. However, men with very low testosterone levels can have these symptoms. Of course, there are other medical problems that cause night sweats, so you should see your doctor if it persists. ...Read more
Treated for thyroidits (hashi's ruled out) w/ 75mcg levo/10mcg cytomel (liothyronine) but experiencing panic attacks nausea, trouble breathing, hot flashes nightime?
Mood and hormones: Hypo or hyper thyroid states may serious impact not only the body but the brain...mind. 1% of the chronic patients in state mental hospitals are cured and released each year, when their thyroid status is corrected. See your family medical doctor or endocrinologist soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hot flashes, sweating, weight gain, insomnia, fatique, no libido, vaginal dryness, anxiety, irritability, gas and blothing. Lab tests normal.
Medication effects?: When you say lab tests normal; WHICH lab tests were done? In men Effexor (venlafaxine) & medications like Effexor (venlafaxine) can trash libido & erectile function. I've seen similar problems in women though they tend not to recognize it as often...wonder why..maybe men just see it another moody day? Can cause other symptoms as well. Anyways, you may consider that angle. Try to avoid MORE medications if possible. CBT? ...Read more
Headaches, dizziness standing, nausea, cold flash, tremors, ears ring, malaise, sleep disturbances. TSH normal but lower. Synthroid (thyroxine) makes worse. ???
Need for examination: Your symptoms do not lend to a proper evaluation in this forum. It would be prudent to see your doctor for an evaluation and adjustment in your medication dose. ...Read more
Botanicals can help: Botanical medicine can be helpful for menopausal hot flashes. A couple possibilities include black cohosh (cimicifuga racemosa): http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/22157510 and sage (salvia officinalis): http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/21630133 classical homeopathy with an experienced homeopath is also useful. Traditional chinese medicine & acupuncture as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
5 to 7 days before period I start to have reflux, severe nausea, jittery, insomnia, loss of appetite and elevated body temperature, hot flashes chills?
Premenstrual: If these symptoms occur each and every month in conjunction with your periods, they may well be mediated by the hormonal changes in the menstrual cycle. Treatment would be symptomatic with bland,low fat, low salt diet, flat ginger ale to relieve nausea and Tylenol (acetaminophen). Discuss this with your gynecologist if you have further concerns. ...Read more
Maybe: In a couple of ways that i can think of. First, nortriptyline (which i think is an excellent medication for certain conditions), may interfere with a person's ability to sweat. That could cause over heating. Secondly, nti can cause a person to have a drop in blood pressure after standing up too quickly. I can see how someone could become flushed when that occurs. Ask your dr who rxed it. ...Read more
Experiencing v hot flushes without sweating. 10-12 days flipping between boiling hot & freezing cold in minutes. I'm 52. Menopause? What can I do?
Do hot flashes mean i'm starting menopause? I've started having hot flashes occasionally--does this mean i'm starting menopause?
What would come to mind? HypoK, dehydration, hot flashes, no period, weakness, abdominal cramps, hot flashes, numbness, high vip & chromogranin
VIP dehydration: sounds like hypokalemic rhabdomylosis due to an endocrine secreting tumor Unusual for your age but pheochromocytoma would be high on my list. Any issues with facial flushing or high BP?? Additional testing including urine for 24 hours should be done. Your doctor needs to run these tests to exclude a pheo. good luck ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers