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Is Vomiting A Symptom Due To A Thyroid Problem
Never say never, but....Probably not.
High thyroid levels often cause weight loss, jitters, heart palpitations, trouble sleeping, heat intolerance
low thyroid levels often cause weight gain, hair loss, cold intolerance, fatigue, etc
persistent vomiting is obviously a problem, get it checked out. ...Read more
I have hypo thyroidism and I am prone to migraine with lot of throwing up. My temples are mostly swollen and pain ful if I apply pressure, pls help?
Temporal arteritis: Can present with tender blood vessels in the temple. This typically occurs in people older than 60. A blood test called an erythrocyte sedimentation rate is done and will be elevated if there is an inflammatory process involving the temporal arteries. Treatment is with steroids. Scalp tenderness can occur with migraine but is not typically localized to the temple. ...Read more
Grossly distended gall bladder with folding at neck. Causing pain in stomach and vomiting also please suggest how can I avoid this problem?
Maybe surgery: IF your gallbladder is the cause of your symptoms, and it is certainly possible, then removal of the gallbladder by an experienced laparoscopic surgeon will prevent it from happening again. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Dr my doc advised me to take thyroid tab at empty stomach, due to vomiting tendency I am taking after a glass tea. Any problem?
I recommend my patients take their thyroid medicine about an hour before going to bed.
Try drinking something other than tea for a while. ...Read more
I have a lump in the back left side of my neck just below the hair line. I have been vomiting for 5 days with no fever or sinus problems. What do I do?
Lets review your que:
How long have you had the lump on your neck? Is it tender? Has it enlarged?
Do you have a headache? is it similar to your migraines? Neck pain can cause a headache. I am not sure the vomiting is related to the lump. Is the vomiting a few episodes or a lot? And diarrhea? abdominal pain/fever/sorethroat/myalgias?
Do you feel dizzy. If vomitning freq. Avoid foods athe time drink small amounts of wate ...Read more
I have Petechia spots covering all my face and neck after vomiting yesterday with painful refluxes. The vomiting was cured. Are the spots symptoms of?
Petechiae: Forceful coughing or vomiting can increase the pressure in the blood vessels of the neck and head structures. When fragile capillaries in the eyes and face rupture, small hemorrhages are created. Petechiae due to this cause typically heal up on on their own without intervention and pose no long term consequences. ...Read more
From symptoms I think I have uti. On & off. My body temperature has increased. I have headache & feel like vomiting in neck but there is no vomit at all?
See a doctor: If you have a fever and are also worried that you have an infection see a doctor or urgent care soon. Sometimes a simple urinary tract infection can ascend to your kidneys. You may be able to be treated as an outpatient but a doctor should evaluate you to make sure it's not something more serious. Fever, headache, and nausea with an infection can be serious. ...Read more
Vomiting, green diarrhoea, hives all over, headache, sore glands in neck. Ate fish b4 sudden symptoms. Do I wait this out or see doc.
Go to ER: It appears that you may have an anaphylactic reaction to the fish dish. Since this can be life-threatening, go to the ER now if these symptoms are still present or getting worse. ...Read more
Overnight joint/muscle soreness and pain in knees/hips/wrists/neck/back in tandem with a one day 102 fever and vomiting. Paint/soreness has persisted for 1 week, other symptoms vanished next day.
Postviral arthralgia: Joint pains are a common symptom after a viral illness. They usually subside after the viral syndrome resolves. ...Read more
Rt side chest pain radiates up neck and headache. Was told possible esophageal or stomache problems. No sour taste, vomiting, food that irritate. Hrtburn?
Severe neck pain & nausea 4 months. Dr did mri, Ct, & xray. Told it was mild cervical curve lose from muscle spasms. Muscle relaxers don't help. Dr doesn't think this is a problem but I'm in pain to point of vomiting several times a week. What next?
See another doctor: Or go to a university center for evaluation. ...Read more
My period is 33 days late, I've been vomiting everyday for 3 weeks, is this because of my hyper thyroid?
May be: Hyperthyroidism can cause the symptoms of vomiting and irregularity of periods. However it is important to make sure that you are not pregnant, especially if you are sexually active and not using birth control. Try a home pregnancy test. it would be better if you can go and see your doctor. He can check you out for pregnancy and also make sure that you are not getting dehydrated from vomiting. ...Read more
What could I have if I have thyroid issues and am vomiting, sore throat, hot/sweaty/clammy and exhausted?
91female. Thyroid &chol med only. Thyroid level may be a little low right now. Fever 102, vomit brown liquid not coffee grounds. No bm x2d. ER? Prune jui
ER: A vomiting febrile 91 year old should be seen in the emergency department. Good luck. ...Read more
Nauseous almost daily for the last 6mons, doc checked thyroids and I'm going back next week for more tests. No vomiting just upset stomach?
Get H Pylori test: Get checked for H Pylori.......particularly if you are a animal lover. Try some TUMs (calcium carbonate) in the interim. ...Read more
Can hyperthyroidism cause vomiting and fatigue? Been vomiting for weeks and docs can't find anything and I have doc app to check thyroid tomorrow.
If you have hyperthyroidism why hasn't any one taken care of that! If your doctor (s) have not yet taken good care of your hyperthyroidism you should make an appointment with an Endocrinologist as soon as possible.
If the "docs" can't find anything, have your friends refer you to a better set of doctors!
Please let me know how you get on. ...Read more
My brother has symptoms can't find out what's rong he has a fever headache neck and lower back hurts blue finger tips tingling feet vomiting green?
Need to see physicia: he needs to see his physician. He could have a serious internal infection and that is why he needs to see his physician. We would consider a bad injury, bleeding in the brain, meningitis, or possibly some type of viral syndrome. With a fever, headaches, he needs to see his physician immediately ...Read more
My mom had symptoms of the norovirus but with the vomiting (no diarrhea) came the burning sensation in her arms and neck. Is it contagious?
I have seen my doctor and at the begining levothyrox made me feel better but now no results my thyroid is goind to be more underactive (lab results) also I have gastritis so is that vomiting related to hypothyroid or gastriris?
Can thyroid cancer couse swelling and pain in the neck on the left side, back of the head pain on the left side, dizziness and vomiting, menses irregul?
Vomiting for 2 days, started out of the blue, no stomach bug symptoms very lethargic and tired. Headache and sensitivity to light with sore neck.
Symptoms: abdominal cramps, vomitting, neck pain, slight fever, headache, dehydration, pale face, stuffy nose. Is this gastroenteritis or something else?
Call your doctor: With symptoms this complex, you owe it to yourself to call your doctor to help you make sense out of them. ...Read more
I pain in the left side of my neck. I've been coughing too with no other symptoms of being sick. Do you know of anything that would cause this?
The coughing may be:
The "culprit"! Frequent coughing can cause neck strain!! \
Look for what's causing the cough! If you do not feel sick your cough should be evaluated with a Chest X Ray
Contact your Primary Care Provider!
Hope this helps
Dr Z ...Read more
Painful neck lymph node. Blood results negative. No sign of being sick no infection in ear. No toothache, please help. Pain to eat too or swallow.
We have case, femal patien, age 60 years, the TSH less than 0.05 while T4 in normal range, and she has not any symptom of thyroidism, is it ok?
Subclinical hyperthy: A low TSH with a normal T4 and no symptoms is usually subclinical hyperthyroidism. She may have a multinodular goiter that is autonomously functioning, or very early graves disease. A T3 (liothyronine) level and free T4 level should be checked. There is a higher risk of developing atrial fibrillation despite the normal T4 level, but many endocrinologists would just follow her levels for progression. ...Read more
Both husband & wife is having hypo thyroidism. Will that affect sexual life and is there a problem in wife getting conceived and giving birth?
Treat the disease: Not if they are appropriately treated.Get a more detailed answer ›