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How Do I Tell The Difference Between Anemia And Thyroid Problems
You can have problems with they thyroid making too much or too little thyroid hormone. You can also have problems with it being too large (goiter) of having nodules or cysts in it. There are also occasional thyroid cancers. Most thyroid problems can be easily diagnosed and treated ...Read more
Blood tests: Although they have some things in common. The first step is a physical exam and some simple blood tests for thyroid status. So go to your doctor and let them evaluate. You also can have both, but clearing up thyroid and other physical problems will help either way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check thyroid : A blood sugar will change quickly, but if you have hyperthyroidism, it's chronic, and a lab blood test will determine this. If thyroid dysfunction is ruled out, but there is diabetes, then blood sugars should be monitored at home anyway. Hyperthyroidism usually causes higher blood sugars. Please also discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Not easy: Sinus problem is a vague term and may mean headache, pressure, or congestion. Allergies often cause nasal congestion and congestion in the sinuses as well. In fact, the world allergy association would like to use the term allergy rhinosinusitis to denote the connection. See an allergist ...Read more
Parathyroid : Parathyroid glands are located next to the thyroid. This is their only relation to the thyroid. ...Read more
See your Doctor: When you have pain between the neck and upper belly, there are many things that can be the cause. Go to and emergency department or call you doctor if you have pain that is concerning to you. We'd rather tell you it's nothing than have you drop dead because you didn't get help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check sympptoms: We get forgetful as we grow older. Stress and illnesses like anxiety and depression can also cause forgetfulness. Dementia is a term used to describe certain neurological disorders where besides memory problems there may be problems with performing activities of daily living, cognitive function impairment, poor judgement, disorientation and mood changes. When in doubt see your family physician. ...Read more
Different hormones: Both glands are in the neck on both sides of the trachea. The larger thyroid gland produces thyroxin and is associated with recurrent laryngeal nerves which control vocal cords. The parathyroids are endocrine glands producing parathormone to control calcium serum levels. ...Read more
Memory problems: Most people complain of some memory problems as they age. For people who are concerned about their memory, testing can be performed by geriatric specialists. In general, events like misplacing car keys or loosing your train of thought is probably normal. Examples of events that are usually not normal include getting lost in prevously familiar surroundings or repeating converstations. ...Read more
Impairment: Bereavement is a natural consequence of loss; it allows us to mourn that which we have lost and readjust our world view. Although it makes us sad and may disrupt sleep and concentration for a time, it has a pretty predictable course. Adjustment disorder is a reaction to some sort of situation that causes disturbances in mood and/or behavioral that causes problems for the person and others. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not sure: what your abbreviations stand for gp="General Practitioner" ??? Ask again ...clarify please Dr Z ...Read more
Hyper/hypothyroidism: I think no one answered your question because medically it does not make clear sense. Low thyroid, underactive with no cancer makes a person sluggish, slows metabolism. Weight gain, cold intolerance, coarse hair, dry skin. Overactive thyroid, no cancer, increased metabolism. Nervousness, palpitations, sweating, diarrhea, are all symptoms of hyperthyroidism. All of the above symptoms can occur with abnormal thyroid, and have nothing to do with thyroid cancer. That is a separate entity. ...Read more
What is a parathyroid and a regular thyroid. How do u fix elevated numbers on both. How can u treat thyroid problems. What can it affect?
Please clarify: I appreciate your enthusiasm, but you'll need to clarify. Do you have an elevated serum calcium with an elevated parathyroid hormone level? You're probably in for surgery that will make you much healthier in a very short time. Do you have an elevated thyroid hormone, or an elevated tsh? The implications are very different. Wishing you the best; if you clarify we can help more. ...Read more
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