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Joint Pain Low Thyroid
I hav hypothyroid frm 6mnths and my periods are irregular and i want to concieve n i hav severe joint pains in legs and fluctuating thyroid ranges
You need control: Your symptoms may be related to your thyroid disease you need to be on proper dose of thyroxin with normal thyroid profile which is not that difficult.If you can not control your thyroid condition, consult an endocrinologist before getting pregant. ...Read more
Not bone density: Low bone density does not cause any symptoms unless you have a fracture due to osteoporosis, then there is pain. Pain in joints can be from osteoarthritis or other forms of arthritis. See your doctor or a rheumatologist for diagnosis and treatment of joint pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi my skin is drying, my hair is dull and lifeless. I have joint pain, no energy, burping, chest pain, normal thyroid testing, could it be low acid?
Can high anion gap be thyroid related? Also having weight gain, depression, fatigue, low grade fever & joint pain. Anion gap 20. Friend thinks thyroid?
Don't think there is: Any connection between the 2. See your pcp or an internist to be examined, tested so a DX could be made ; treatment started. ...Read more
I have a ferriten level of22 is that low?My thyroid is fine.Other symptoms are swelling of tounge (for months)vertical lines in nails , loosing hairs , occasional muscle and joint pain and numbness in feet at times.My doc just retired and my new doc seem
Im 29, The WBC count for me is high13.7 and my vit D is low(17). I hav joint pain(knee,ankle,hand,neck,shoulder) on and off and joint pain keep moving?
See Endocrine MD: There are several types of Vitamin D tests that can be done; if consistantly low it would suggest that you could have difficulty with absorbing Vitamin D or there might be a kidney disorder. Low Vitamin D levels can be associated with both muscle as well as joint pain (reversible with Rx). Consider seeing an Endocrinologist to determine why your Vitamin D is low as well the optimal D Rx ...Read more
Have all hypothyroid symptoms but TSH 2.8, gerd, roaming joint pain, insomnia, fatigue, anorexia, neutrophils^, mcv112, b9def, bp88/55, t97.2, p102, tired of bn tired?
See details: Your thyroid function is normal so one needs to consider other causes for your symptoms. The gerd is likely unrelated. The possible causes are several and include physical issues as well as chronic depression. I would see a rheumatologist if your own doctor cannot find a specific cause. ...Read more
Yes: There are several types of arthritis associated with thyroid disease. Both an inflammatory arthritis (myxedematous arthropathy) and an very acute arthritis called pseudogout can be assocated with a low thyroid. Generalized joint pain can occasionally be seen with an overactive thyroid. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lupus related: Lupus, an autoimmune disease, happens when the immune system attacks its tissues, causing inflammation, swelling, pain, and damage. Lupus symptoms vary, and early lupus symptoms include fatigue, joint pain, fever, and a lupus rash, especially after being in the sun. Lupus may increase antithyroglobulin antibodies levels without having any other underlying disease. ...Read more
Vitamin d level of 11.4 with ongoing joint pain, all arthritic tests normal including xrays. Enlarged thryoid, all thyroid tests normal.
On the right track: Vit d very low would need to supplement to level at least 30 40 would be nice whole body can hurt with that level of vit d joints and muscles ask dr to rx 50, 000 units every week for 12 weeks. ...Read more
Severe joint pain only on activity RA factor thyroid ANA profile normal had severe vit d deficiency for two years which is normal now hvnt tookcalcium
Joint pain: If you have not seen a Rheumatologist please have your doctor to refer you. ...Read more
Having joint pain back pain and pain while standing ANA profile; thyroid all blood tests are normal I was vit d deficient now normal at cud be this?
Further Evaluation: Which joints ? ( All, several , one ) Where is pain when standing (Whole body, lower back , hip, leg ) Vitamin D is essential for normal bone formation . At present there is a lot of research interest in vitamin D possibly affecting other body systems.(heart, blood vessels,immune system ) ...Read more
Muscle pain joint pain all over body comes only on activity and if I stand legs pain no swelling ANA profile RA factor thyroid normal vit d normal?
Have joint pain. All rheum tests negative! thinking outside the box...What else can I consider? Neurological? Endocrine? Thyroid ok too.
I have a 'meatball -like' lump near my left hip. i have had movicol but it remains. i have joint pain after resting & have under active thyroid?
Hypot taking levothyroxine, have enlarged thyroid with swelling on left side what would cause this also hoarse, tired, joint pain, moody, sometimes nausea?
Unclear symptoms: Many of your symptoms could be from hypothyroidism if your thyroid blood levels are too low. The thyroid swelling should be evaluated by your doctor, with an ultrasound, maybe scan. A goiter can sometimes interfere with inside structures, although it usually does not. It is also possible your symptoms are not related to thyroid. ...Read more
Joint pain in fingers, wrists, knees, & toes for 2 weeks. Also have AI thyroid disease. 29 yrs old. Could I have RA? At what point should I see dr?
57 yr old female w/ Lyme and having night sweats and significant joint pain. thyroid TSH was 1.47 and free T4 was 1.3. Are these numbers ok. ?
YES: Your TSH and free T4 are in the normal range which means your thyroid gland is functioning normally. However, I'm very concerned about the other symptoms. Have you been adequately treated for Lyme disease? Have other likely causes of your symptoms been ruled out? If I were you, I'd want to be sure. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Should I consider decayed wisdom teeth a possible cause of my joint pain? Top corners of thyroid stab pain, swollen nodes/in neck, axillary. No fever
Very possible: If you know you are having problems with your molars I would suggest getting them out sooner than later. If your dentist has recommended having them out it would be wise to follow their advise. Inflammation can develop rather quickly around the wisdom teeth and can cause a sore jaw! Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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