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Hypothyroidism Hypoglycemia Eczema
Hypothyroidism is also known as Underactive thyroid. Level, which can cause fatigue increased sensitivity to cold constipation dry skin unexplained weight gain puffy face hoarseness muscle weakness elevated blood cholesterol level muscle aches, tenderness and stiffness pain, stiffness or swelling in your joints heavier than normal or irregular menstrual periods thinning hair slowed heart ...Read more
Both: To my knowledge as an Endocrinologist I don't recognize any link between your two medical complaints. Hopefully you are seeing an Endocrinologist on referral from your primary doctor. If not, please have your doctor refer you ASAP. ...Read more
I am hypothyroid and have been having a lot of symptoms of reactive hypoglycemia , should I see my doctor?
Yes: I am doubtful that your hypothyroidism is related to reactive (postprandial) hypoglycemia. If you have documented serum glucose concentration below 50 mg/dl or have neuroglycopenic symptoms after a meal, you definitely need a thorough diagnostic evaluation for a hypoglycemic disorder. Initial evaluation begins with venipuncture during symptoms. There are several possible diagnoses. ...Read more
Was taking 20mg lisinopril when my BP was 145/95. Bp now 135/85 naturally. I have hypothyroid and hypoglycemia. Dad has diabetes. Do i need it still?
Better bp: If you can sustain your healthful ways, you may be able to remain off lisinopril, unless there was a special indication, like proteinuria. Achieve ideal wt, dont smoke, minimize salt, eliminate saturated fats, be modest with meats, eat fruit, veggies, and whole grains, minimize caffeine, exercise daily, select foods rich in magnesium and potassium, avoid sugars, breads, pasta. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just diagnosed hypothyroid but my glucose drops to 70-50mg. Have symptoms of hypoglycemia 2-3 hours after eating but my doc said my bloodsugar was ok?
4 reactive hypoglyce: Eat only meat or fish or cheese or eggs or poultry and low starch veggies, drink only water. In other words avoid all carbs, carbs will only briefly raise your sugar levels and then your Insulin levels. The fats in the meat or fish or cheese or eggs or poultry will act like a "log on your metabolic fire" to keep your blood sugar stable for hours without raising insulin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have hypotension, hypoglycemia, hypothyroidism, lipedema and raynauds. Are they all connected somehow?
Low t3 and "low" normal TSH & T4? Could it still be hypothyroidism? Other causes? I also have hypoglycemia and periodic hypokalemia.
Endocrinologist: An endocrinologist is best qualified to evaluate,advise and treat you for this complicated hormonal imbalance. You may have a pituitary gland disorder as primary hypothyroidism is characterized by an elevated TSH and the hypoglycemia and electrolyte findings are also suspicious. ...Read more
I have hypothyroidism, chronic yeast infections, dyshydrotic ezcema, fatigue, and thinning hair. I need a derm and endocrine referral. Help.?
The term eczema is broadly applied to a range of persistent skin conditions prominent symptoms include dryness and recurring skin rashes that are characterized by one or more of these symptoms: redness, skin edema (swelling), itching, crusting, flaking, blistering, cracking, or bleeding. The cause of eczema is unknown but is presumed to be a combination of ...Read more
The thyroid makes thyroid hormone, the main one is t4, which is converted in other tissues to t3. An underactive thyroid makes too little thyroid hormone. You feel sluggish, bloated, constipated, cold. It is treated by taking replacement hormone levothyroxine. The thyroid also makes calcitonin, which is involved in calcium metabolism, but it is a weak hormone in ...Read more
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