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Bruise Or Contusion (Definition)
Bruises, or ecchymoses, are discolorations and tenderness of the skin or mucous membranes due to the leakage of blood from an injured blood vessel into the surrounding tissues. A serious disease called pupura presents as a cluster of small bruises called petachia. Petachia often appears as many tiny red dots clustered together, and could indicate a problem. ...Read more
Those hypothyroidism produce bruises on your body ..Or is bruises on body consist of something else other than getting hit .
Possible, but: There are many more common causes. Get your thyroid normalized with the correct dose of brand name T4 replacement and see if the problem improves. ...Read more
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Can hypothyroidism lead to bruising easily and dry skin and dry scabs that won't heal I have 2 small ones on arm my mom & aunt have hypothyroidism?
Yes, for dry skin: Untreated hypothyroidism can certainly cause dry skin, but it would be unlikely to cause bruising or scabs. I see that you are on advil, (ibuprofen) this can contribute to bruising. Considering your family history, it would be reasonable to get a free T4 and TSH level done to look at your thyroid function. ...Read more
Recently diagnosis macrocytosis. Easy/unexplained bruises, fatigue, joint pain. No abnormal blood work. Also diagnosis crohn's, hypothyroidism, hormone imbalance.?
B12 deficiency: Take b12....Injectable. See pmd. May be the bruising is related to your hormone. Avoiding Aspirin , like products, taking vit c ...100mg daily will help. If u r tired, mildly anemic, pinsand needle sensation of hand & feet, B12 may be culprit. Folate (folic acid) deficiency possible also. Hope u r not a vegeterian. ...Read more
I hit my shin very hard, I have bruising two small cuts. Feels better elevated and with tight sock.. Could it be hairline fracture ? I'm on levothyroxin for hypothyroidism and hemophilia factor 8... Should i be worried?
62yr woman.left supraclavicular swelling for 2mnth.non-tender.soft.frozen shoulder for 6mnth.BP 140/90.subclinical hypothyroidism. why the swelling?
Diet's not the key: Being hypothyroid is difficult enough without subscientific / pop diet recommendations. You can basically eat what you please (healthy choices, of course, and limit your calories as you may tend to overeat / get fat.) but you must take your thyroid replacement medicine or your life will be ruined. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Numerous: Abnormal thyroid functioning may adversely affect a person's mood. It can also cause weight gain, hair loss, dry skin, fatigue, as well as other problems. Hypothyroidism can be caused by the thyroid gland itself and can also be caused by certain medications, like lithium. If a person's pituitary gland is not functioning properly, that may cause hypothyroidism. There are thyroid replacement drugs. ...Read more
Not usually: Occasionally, hypothyroidism is caused by a temporary condition such as thyroiditis, or inflammation of the thyroid gland. Such cases usually do resolve, and the thyroid goes back to making normal amounts of thyroid hormone. Most of the time, however, the thyroid gland makes less and less thyroid hormone over time, and lifelong treatment with thyroid hormone is needed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See your doctor.: What to do with hyperthyroidism depends mostly on what the cost is. Regardless of the cause, however, you should be taking thyroid supplements until the cause and treatment are determined. You should see your doctor or an endocrinologist ASAP. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unstimulated thyroid: Hypothyroidism describes a situation in which the thyroid gland doesn't produce normal amounts of thyroid hormone (t4). In primary hypothyroidism, the thyroid can't make enough thyroid hormone. T4 levels are low, and TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) is high. In secondary hypothyroidism, the thyroid can work normally, but due to low levels of tsh, doesn't (t4 & TSH levels both low or low-normal). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers