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Raspy Voice Eye Puffiness And Thyroid
I have noticed myself having puffiness around my eyes and legs swellings especially on waking up in the morning.Can this be signs of thyroidism?
Total thyroid removal 1/2015 . Slight raspy voice like when you wake up in AM. Also clearing throat with claret mucaus. How long raspy voice last?
Who knows: Time will tell. This is not a rare sequelae after that surgery. Keep you post operative appointments ...Read more
What can be done for recurrent larylngeal nerve injury (thyroid fna). Slow progression ( 2 yrs), mildly raspy, voice fatigue, some pain with speech. ?
Laryngologist: When the rln is injured, the vocal cord is paralyzed. Be seen by a laryngologist if you havent already. Some injections (dermal fillers) can be done to improve the voice by moving the vocal cord over a few mm. There is s more permanent solution with a procedure called thyroplasty which uses a silastic implant to push the paralyzed cord into a position that improves the voice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would be causes for swollen neck lymph nodes that are not going away, intermittent voice hoarseness, drainage in one ear, blurriness in one eye?
What does it mean if I have a puffy face?Is it something to do with my low thyroid or my sinuses. I notice it more around my eyes.
Can a problem with your thyroid cause under eye puffiness? I am very active and healthy . I am 52 and look like my mom who is 82. Help!
Puffy eyes: Thyroid disease can cause under eye puffiness. So can a multitude of other things ranging from allergy to heredity. Do yourself a favor and get evaluated by a board certified plastic surgeon, facial plastic surgeon or oculoplastic surgeon. A simple blood test should be able to help-good luck. ...Read more
How do I prevent my puffy eyes in morning.I think they have watering them.I thunk my underactive thyroid has caused it.Already on 100 mg of my. Meds.P?
Hypothyroid: Puffy or swollen eyes can be caused by fluid retention, stress, allergies, hormone changes, and hypothyroidism- see your doctor. Other times we get puffy eyes after sleeping. This can be caused by too much sodium in the diet, which causes water retention. Puffy eyes can also be caused by lack of sleep or excessive alcohol intake. http://www.eyehealthweb.com/puffy-eyes/ ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer