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There is a condition: Known as reactive hypoglycemia? Have your pcp ck it out for you! ...Read more
Varies: Can be permanent.Get a more detailed answer ›
Thyroid Hormone and Function studies can get complicated depending on the background of the Discussants. The Labs also. For simplification: Hyper- Thyroidism is when the Thyroxine Level is High and the TSH is Low. -
And Hypo- Thyroidism is when TSH is Higher than Normal ranges. Using Globalrph: Thyroxine (Free T4) Normal Range = 0.8-2.8ng/dL
-TSH Normal Range = 0.5-4.7uU/ml ...Read more
Not at same time: A person might be both hyper- and hypothyroid at different times in his/her life, but you can't be 'actively' both at the same time, nosiree. ...Read more
Electrolytes: Http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/plasma_osmolality.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can't say: You do not describe any of your symptoms and thus I can not even begin to answer your question. ...Read more
I suggest: You rethink and meet with a live doctor to help you sort this out, you are 99.99% mistaken. ...Read more
Many possibilitites: A person with blisters in the mouth, fever, and fatigue with a hypoplastic marrow needs further clarification to arrive at a diagnosis. The hypoplastic marrow itself is usually further characterized. The causes include auto-immune disorders, viral infections, and exposure to toxic substances. Keep working with your physician. ...Read more
Hper and hypoglycemia seem to share many symptoms, which symptom is most uniquely diagnostic for hypo or hyper?
Hypoglycemia: Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia actually don't share many symptoms at all in my experience. A low blood sugar can be life threatening and your body does everything it can to let you know you're in trouble. You can get anxious, jittery, tachycardic, sweaty and even die if you don't get help. Hypoglycemia is usually asymptomatic but if the sugar gets high enough it can cause coma and death. ...Read more
Overmedicated Hashimotos. Feel crazy. Scared. How to get through the symptoms waves hyper-hypo-hyper-....anything to ease the suffering?
You MUST check with your primary doctor regarding your Hashimotos. If that is not OK you should be referred to see an Endocrinologist.
If there is no apparent Hashimoto's issues your primary doctor should refer you to a Psychologist. That doctor will carefully listen to your medical concerns and then decide how best to control your concerns.
Please keep me posted. ...Read more
Off meds for hypo, taking uptake scan in a month. Going from hypre to hypo. What to expect? Nervous, of what is going to be the out come?
Im26 yrs old and found out recentlyi have hashi's hypo. My question is, will I become fat for sure in the future? Even if on meds? No symptoms yet.
Weight Gain: Hypothyroidism can cause weight gain by slowing the basal metabolic rate. Identifying hypothyroidism early and treating appropriately should avoid any significant effects. Once treated, individuals with hypothyroidism should not gain weight beyond what anyone else would expect. ...Read more
Spot seen on X-ray: Describes a spot seen on X-Ray. The next step is to determine significance. The Radiologist and your doctor will confer to determine how to follow this up. Most nodules are harmless but this cannot be determined with certainty at the time of discovery. If you want an immediate answer, it would need to be surgically removed or biopsy. This is rarely the best choice at the onset. Patience is better. ...Read more
See your doctor: hypothyroidism, or too low levels of thyroid hormone is a usually an easy and satisfying problem to treat. Typically the thyroid hormone (which is response for metabolism, energy and many body functions) is easily and completely replaceable with medication. When treated by a doctor, the levels are easily monitored and fixed. People will often lose weight, have more energy and be happier on meds! ...Read more
Tension: It may be due to your reaction to people and situations in your life, try to focus on the facts and become more aware of your biases toward yourself in terms of negative thinking. Try using the free anti anxiety app featured on the soundmindz. Org website, full or exercises, articles, video's to help you lessen tension and anxiety on a daily basis. Best. ...Read more
Lot of energy.: He or she may present with less sleep, high energy level, rapid or louder speech, increased socialization, increased productivity, more risk taking, poorer judgment and impulse control, rapid thoughts with confusion, changing topics while speaking just to mention a few things. ...Read more
Hypo-physotropic: I strongly suggest that you start by seeing a Psychologist and possibly a Psychiatrist later. My patients' experience with these doctors have taught me a lot and helped the patients substantially. ...Read more
Too much to answer in a short way.
Please go online and look for articles about hypo- and hyper-secretion of hormones.
Look for articles best suited for non-medical folks and you will understand more. It might take a while to fully understand but don't fret over that.
Once you have done your "homework" feel free to contact me to discuss issues you don't quite understand. ...Read more
My 4 hour gtt shows glucose level that didn't rise much but instead decreased. Hypo symptoms also present. What does this suggest?
Unlikely hypo: It is normal in many people to have a "flat" gtt. It means your Insulin rises quickly to match the glucose. Unless you have had stomach surgery, post prandial hypoglycemia is rare, and overdiagnosed. Yes, you have symptoms, and they can be disturbing, but these symptoms are common to many things and it may not be from the low glucose, tho small frequent meals may help. ...Read more
I weight 36kg (its been for 5 years the same weight) and am 22 yr old. Am hypo and on 50mcg levo, any suggestions how I could gain weight?
See your doctor: You need a good complete history and physical. You will want to know your thyroid tests and what your body mass index is. Keeping a food diary - a record of everything you eat or drink for a week can be helpful. Meanwhile, adding a glass of whole milk or milkshake as a scheduled snack every day is one way to increase your food energy. See a dietician. ...Read more
I think I have a goiter and also have lots of symptoms of hypo. Can hypo symptoms come and go some days I feel better others I can barely function.
Goiter: Goiter is the physical sign, swollen neck due to enlarged thyroid. hypothyroidism may occur with or without goiter and it is decreased function of thyroid gland. When one is hypothyroid especially initially ir may be subclinical symptoms can wax and wane, but there may be other causes consider, sinusitis, autoimmune, food intolerances. Check TSH. T4, thyroid U/S, ESR, CRP, f/u/ w/ doc ...Read more
Echo said big prob, hypo and akinetic areas lv, assumed new block, had cath, said mod. Lv dysfunc (hypo), no block. Now CMRI says normal function. Who right?
Just prescribed levothyroxin 75mcg if I start taking this do I have to take this medication for life? Went from hyper to hypo if take can go off later
Replacement: The medication is replacing the thyroid hormone that your body is not making anymore or making too little. This hormone is essential for the body to function properly. Unless something happens that your body starts making it again (rare) you will have to continue taking it. If your doctor prescribed it I suggest you take it... ...Read more
Hypo. Started on 50. Just had my levels checked and was increased to 75. Been on 75 for 4 days and I feel nervouse/palpatations. Should I call my dr?
Hypothyroid?: That's what I'm assuming...It takes time for thyroid adjustment (weeks) so I'm not surprised your symptoms persist. ..Give it time. Good luck. ...Read more
Other half is type 1 diabetic, she doesn't recognise hypos, and had a hypo coming out of work on the 11.4.2014. And hit her head when she fell. And has?
Possible concussion?: Concussion is a minor traumatic brain injury that can result from a fall, sports activities, or car accidents. You can have no symptoms, mild symptoms or severe. For a mild concussion no treatment may be needed. However, be aware that the symptoms can show up later. If you experience blurred vision, drowsiness, bleeding from the nose or ears go to er or urgent care. ...Read more
Sequentially: Not at the same time. You can have one and then the other later in life. ...Read more
The concentration of sodium outside and potassium inside cells is important to the resting membrane charge on the cell surface. This has implications specifically for heart muscle cells (arrhythmia).
The potassium concentration has to get below 3mmol/l or greater than 6.0 mmol/l before this would be expected.
Low potassium can also cause regular muscles to feel weak. ...Read more
Minimal: High or low sodium (hyper- or hyponatremia) alone usually has no significant effect on the ECG. However, these electrolyte abnormalities are frequently associated with abnormal levels of potassium, which can cause major ECG changes and rhythm disturbances. The causes of high or low sodium levels need to be determined. ...Read more
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