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Frequent Urination And Thyroid
Frequent urination for over 2 weeks no other symptoms. Get blood work done every year sugars have been fine. I am on thyroid meds/what could it be?
May be just you...: Going to urinate often with no voiding-related discomfort and pelvic pain like you has bothered many women. If no infection is found, the following is worthwhile: moderate water drinking, avoid coffee and carbonated caffeinated beverages, avoid spice foods and alcohol, exercise/relaxation, sleep well, etc.; they may help. If not, see and talk with doctor. ...Read more
Polyuria is also known as Increased urination. Polyuria is a symptom in which a person makes an abnormally large amount of urine, meaning a large amount each time he urinates (pees) and/or a large total amount throughout the day. Causes of polyuria include diabetes, use of diuretics, drinking ...Read more
Is missed periods, frequent urination, and back pain signs of something very serious going on? Could it be a thyroid problem?
Hot flushes, frequent urination, waking to urinate, constant urge to urinate, thirsty, rapid weight gain, vivid dreams.Thyroid/hormones normal tho so?
I've been told to get tested for diabetes due to my extreme thirst, frequent urination, and sudden exhaustion. Should I be tested for other illnesses?
Yes: You need complete work up with labs for electrolyte disturbances, thyroid, vitamin d, lipids, cholesterol, eye exam, ekg, complete blood work, blood pressure, hemoglobin a1c, body weight, height, body mass index, urine micro albumin, fasting glucose, liver enzymes. Rare diseases that present with similar symptoms are pancreatic disease, or pituitary disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fluid retention: Edema of the ankles has several possible causes such as simple fluid retention from hormonal factors,excess salt intake,prolonged sitting, varicose veins,heart,kidney,liver disease,certain medications,etc.You may have to be examined by a physician for diagnosis and advice.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have palpitations, frequent urination and tiredness. What could the problem be? My blood test, ECG n EKG all normal..
Maybe urinary tract: This could have several causes. Not sure about which blood test was done, but would consider a metabolic panel to include calcium and magnesium, a fasting glucose, thyroid stimulating hormone, and urinalysis. Consider elevated blood sugar, urinary tract infection, thyroid abnormality (especially high thyroid), high calcium to start with. May need complete eval by an internist. ...Read more
I have a few weird symptoms and i don't know how they coincide i hope you can help lower back pain
one minute i'm starving and just as quickly I have no appetite
My hand are always colder than normal, I have had hair loss, and frequent urination. Could this be a hormone problem?
Thyroid?: Cold hands are thyroid till proven otherwise, the hair loss could also fall into this. The frequent urination not so much - could be female hormones, blood sugar, kidney concentrating issues depending on age. Look at a4m.Com website physician locator to find a functional medicine physician locally to do in depth testing. Remember normal labs do not mean normal thyroid function clinically! ...Read more
Lower back pain, increased appetite, weight gain, very light periods after 3 months no period at all. Frequent urination.
See details: First make sure you're not pregnant. If negative significant weight gain by itself can interfere with your menses. Your symptoms may or may not be related. There might be more than one thing going on. For example this could be related to thyroid dysfunction. There might be a diabetic component. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a possibility. You need a proper examination and testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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