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Short Eyebrows Thyroid
Need T3 and/or more:
There is a good chance you need a higher dose of thyroid and may need to add T3 or switch to natural thyroid. Doctors often under-treat; check free T3 which should be in upper half of normal range. See http://tinyurl.com/n4zmkro
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Am excess nervous, short breath problem, feeling that someone forcing me through neck to down head, body jerking- what to do.
See your doctor: Need more history and information here. But you need to see your doctor for full medical evaluation. Start here ...Read more
Random short stabs of pain from back of neck left side to left head. Pressure in left head. Training for marathon, v healthy 34 yr female.?
Varies : Because cardiac problems can cause exercise induced pain running into left arm, I would be seen and checked. That being said, the most likely condition is an irritation of a nerve in the neck causing pain that radiates into the arm; often associated with a condition known as cervical stenosis. ...Read more
For a week now I have been having short pains right about on the top right of my head, neck, and simotanioisly have had bloody boogers. Allergies?
If i only have one symptom of having a thyroid disease which is that my eyebrows have thinned out and don't grow back can I still have the thyroid?
Have a short managable pain at the intersection of the back of the neck and the head on the right side from yesterday morning?
The outer part of my eyebrow is thinning out badly. I heard this was related to thyroid but I checked and it was normal. What else could cause it?
Test thyroid further:
A "normal" thyroid test is very common in those who are hypothyroid! Most docs just screen with a TSH and think if below 4.5 you're fine, but many specialists consider a TSH above 3 a sign of low thyroid, and some even 2. Check Free T3 (liothyronine), (liothyronine) Reverse T3 (liothyronine) and thyroid antibodies too!
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I am loosing patches of hair from my eyebrows. Tried all steroid creams but no change. My thyroid levels are ok.
My son has injured his neck while caring a mattress on his head. Today he is feeling lightheaded, weak, and short of breath and can not turn his head.
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I have fibromyalgia, 4 days with stiff neck short breath, tremors, but also a very sore spot on back of my head what is it and is it of any concern.
Muscle spasm: Middle age female w. fibromyalgia w. acute post-cervical pain, occipital tenderness, "short breath & tremors"; no mention of fever, headache, cough or nauseous, which would arouse concern for urgent care. Unifying dynamic: superior trapezius spasm; common this age group. S. trap attaches to chest wall/skull & major nerves transit. Heat, rest, massage, cannabis lotion, acupuncture & Osteopathy. ...Read more
Periodic short stabbing type pain in back of head on left side ear level down to neck. Lasts maybe 5 seconds or fewer. No previous injury. Area feels sore now. Nothing seems to trigger it — just spontaneously happens.?
Visible neck vein for a few weeks. Head pressure. Sharp throat pains. Short PR valve, very worried I'm a 23-year female?
See MD: You need to be examined by a physician. Diagnosis can not be made in this forum ...Read more
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Nose cartilage thinning, facial musc wasting- right side worse, right jaw shorter. Head tilt down/right, right neck muscle smllr, tongue deviates right?
Head problems: And your question is? Is you looking for information regarding yourself or someone else? ...Read more
YES THEY CAN BUT IT: Typically, takea a long time.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi again, if it was low thyroid, can I get medication that will help me regrow my eyebrow. Thank you?
It depends: A significantly low thyroid level can cause hair loss, including eyebrow loss, and will improve with thyroid hormone replacement. However, an associated autoimmune disorder called alopecia areata can cause loss of hair in various areas that is much harder to treat and may not return. ...Read more