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Thyroid And Weight Gain In Women
Hashimoto thyroidism, HGH bld pressure vitamin d sufficient, excess weight gain, feel tired all the time, would amphetamine boost my energy?
Yes, but: It would be potentially dangerous and possibly illegal depending upon the source of the amphetamines. Why put something in your body that is harmful and can potentially kill you? Also get off the armour thyroid, which is ground up pig tissue and have your doctor put you on brand name T4 replacement, which is better and safer. ...Read more
What could be the cause of sudden weight gain (10-12lbs) without change in diet and have been lean throughout adult life. Women in family has history of thyroid disease.?
You answered: You give yourself an answer. Thyroid disease can be one thing. This sudden weight gain requires evaluation. It is probably sudden fluid retention and this can relate to possible medical conditions that can be treated. I would recommend seeing your primary care doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Weight 90.Age 46.Female.Thyroid problem.Weight gain with this .How l loose weight.L take tablet eltroxin 125mcg.Please send me exercise & medicine.
Hmmmm: Ok if you are 90 lbs and 41 Y.O. With weight issue and thyroid issue, please see your endocrinologist for proper eval and treatment. Thanks. ...Read more
Out of balance?: Have you picked up a new habit - or even a new traffic pattern that takes you by a coffee shop regularly? A scone can be almost 500 calories - enough to make you gain a pound a week (52 in a year)! are you taking a new medication? There are several that contribute to weight gain. Are you simply less active than normal? Are you depressed? Talk to your doctor; you'll figure it out! good luck. Lg. ...Read more
8yr/o 79pds 49in gained 24pds in 16months Her thyroid is ok so what else can cause this much weight gain? What other test can be done
Diet and exercise: Hi. Children need daily physical activity and a healthy, portion-appropriate diet throughout childhood and throughout life. I'm not saying not to test for any relevant medical condition, but don't rule out lifestyle as the cause either, as it is probably the most likely. Good luck and live healthily! ...Read more
I am having sudden large amount of weight gain, i am taking the same meds for years, tested thyroid not an issue, what could be the cause, eating same as usual, the wieght is evenly around my body?
Activity?: Is your activity different? Which medications are you on? Hormones can define tell cause a cage in weigjt, and not just thyroid but also cortisol and others. I would get a complete physical, ask your doctor about testing other hormones, and consider a visit to nutrionist for complete review of diet and energy expenditure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please clarify: Hi. What do you mean by "tyrosine thyroid"? Tyrosine is an amino acid used in thyroid cells to synthesize thyroid hormone and the thyroid is a gland. I can't figure what entity you are asking about as "tyrosine thyroid". If the thyroid gland stops working (hypothyroidism), THAT can cause modest weight gain. Good luck! ...Read more
Many causes,low met.: There are many causes of thyroid imbalances but our growing exposure to toxins including Fluoride (yes, fluoridated water causes it), bromine ; mercury is likely the most common cause. See http://bit.Ly/1doksyi ; http://bit.Ly/1ddkbiq for details. Thyroid hormone controls our metabolic rate like the rate an engine idles. The resultant slow metabolism in hypothyroidism causes weight gain. ...Read more
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