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Thyroid Problems Can Cause Irregular Periods
You can have problems with they thyroid making too much or too little thyroid hormone. You can also have problems with it being too large (goiter) of having nodules or cysts in it. There are also occasional thyroid cancers. Most thyroid problems can be easily diagnosed and treated ...Read more
Should not cause: That unless you are losing so much blood that you would be so severe anemic and not getting enough blood to the brain which would be extremely rare , you need to be evaluated for other causes of memory loss, please see a neurologist for that and you need to see your gyn to treat the irregular heavy period, no reason to suffer with that. ...Read more
Lots of reasons!: Irregular periods are caused when your body's signals for ovulation and menstruation get confused by hormonal imbalances that can be related to your thyroid (TSH), pituitary (LH/FSH/prolactin), ovaries (estrogen/progesterone). Many external factors can affect the hormones: malnutrition, stress, obesity, for example. Hormonal contraception can help to regulate your periods, which is healthier. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many reasons: Irregular periods are caused when your body's signals for ovulation and menstruation get confused by hormonal imbalances that can be related to your thyroid (TSH), pituitary (LH/FSH/prolactin), ovaries (estrogen/progesterone). Many external factors can affect the hormones: malnutrition, stress, obesity, for example. Hormonal contraception can help to regulate your periods, which is healthier. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Generally, your.....: Anemia would have to be significant before you experience an impact on your periods. Indeed, anemias emerge commonly among women because they have a monthly blood loss that goes uncompensated by new rbc synthesis. Sometimes these anemias can be quite significant, suggesting that menses can proceed unabated, even in the context of significant anemia. If you are worried about this, consult your dr. ...Read more
Amberen: Is a unique vitamin supplement. It is all natural and animal studies, toxicology and clinical trials with amberen did not reveal any significant adverse reaction or side effects. The vitamins in it would not be considered harmful in any way to the thyroid gland. ...Read more
Yes: Palpitations are common in menopause and are related to changes in hormone levels. Hormones are commonly given to women to treat those symptoms. Palpitations are just the fluttering sensations in the chest most commonly caused by the heart skipping, or beating faster or more forcefully. Sometimes the fluttering sensation is due to something else and the heart rhythm is normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It should not: The parathyroid glands or near or sometimes embedded in the thyroid lobes. Removing them should not remove any or enough thyroid tissue to cause a problem with the thyroid. ...Read more
High thyroid can: Excess thyroid hormone, or hyperthyroidism can lead to many body changes, including increased metabolism/heat production, tremors, fast heart rate and diarrhea. These effects may then lead to the weight loss that is commonly seen in hyperthyroidism. Most common causes of hyperthyroidism are graves' disease, over-active thyroid nodule(s), subacute thyroiditis and excessive thyroid pill intake. ...Read more
Hi my TSH 3rd generation result is 100. I have always been overweight and have recently gained a little bit of weight. Have irregular periods and recently there has been issue of constipation.
It seems I would fall into the category of hypo-thyroidism.
I'm not sure what: ..units are being used to measure your TSH level, but 100??? In the USA, the standard value that labs use to measure TSH is microunits/ml and normal values range from 0.4 to 4.0 microunits/ml. If you're TSH is 100 mcu/ml, then definitely something's wrong with your thyroid or the hormones regulating it. This test result requires follow up and either clarification or treatment. ...Read more
My friend viji suffers from hypo thyroid, and irregular periods also. Is there any suggestion to follow to cure those problem? please guide me.
Thyroid replacement: People with hypothyroid need to be on thyroid hormone replacement daily. Levels need to be checked to make sure she is on the correct dose. The cause of irregular periods may be the low thyroid. If not then a trial of birth control pills may help regulate the periods ...Read more
Hi,i ve been suffering from Irregular periods from last 4 Yrs. i don't have thyroid problem.There r small cyst in my ovaries.i am afraid. Pls suggest?
Unexplained breast increase (not sexually active)
Massive hair loss Noticed hair on nose, thyroid problem? Weaning off accutane? Irregular periods
Endocrine problems: Those findings suggest an endocrine problem. You need to consult an internist for appropriate testing. ...Read more
Can a high level dhea cause wgt gain in the abd area? Re 4 dhea test.. pcos, Irregular periods, hair growth(neck, chest, stomach and legs), bone ache
I am trying to conceive but have irregular periods? I just had my thyroid checked and it is normal. What should I do to up my chances of conceiving?
See a REI specialist: With irregular periods it may take longer to conceive because you're not ovulating (releasing an egg) every month. We need to find the cause: polycystic ovarian sydrome (pcos), prolactin hormone issues, aging of the ovary (low egg supply), or low hormone levels from exercise, eating disorders, or stress. See a reproductive endocrinologist for tests and treatment to help you get pregnant faster. ...Read more
I have irregular periods? Doctor suggest me to chech thyroid and LH..FSH...is it right to check it wirhout periods..or i have to check it during MC??
Check anytime: These levels do not change with the MC, they are relatively consistent day to day and reflect internal metabolic/hormonal activity. ...Read more
I have irregular periods,
taking thyroxine to keep thyroid stable, trying tcc, 1 yr no success my luteinising hormone level is 6.9iu/l what stage is ?
Evaluation : Since it has been 1 year that you are trying to conceive and you have irregular periods you should undergo an evaluation by an obgyn or fertility specialist your lh level is normal but there are others tests and hormones that should be checked such as day 3 fsh, estradiol, amh, prolactin, thyroid function tests, pelvic sonogram and exclusions of other conditions such as pcos. ...Read more
Fsh level 7.5, LH level 11, progesterone level 2.5, and thyroid level 1.8. Are all these normal? 16th day of cycle. Irregular periods.
Sounds like PCOS: These levels show you have not ovulated by day 16 due to the lower progesterone. Typically throughout the month the fsh is higher than the lh. The lh goes up just before ovulation to trigger the release of the egg. This is what on ovulation predictor kit is checking for. You could be seeing the lh surge just before ovulation which could happen as late as day 20, or it could be high b/c of pcos. ...Read more
Bleeding after clitorios stimulation from vagina just started a month ago, I have irregular periods but no pcos or thyroid issues what could be wrong?
Many options: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle Birth control pills will likely regulate. Schedule visit. ...Read more
I have an enlarged lympth node on the right side of my neck, bleeding gums, regular headaches near temples and irregular periods?
Primolut 10mg BD has given for 35 days (for irregular periods aftr child birth). Severe pain from neck to left arm while taking drug.explain side effc?
What could cause me to feel dizzy every month 3 days after my period ends? I do have a history of thyroid problems.
Odds are you have: orthostatic hypotension and fluid lost during your menstrual cycle results in low intravascular volume and exacerbation of hypotension. This is unrelated to your thyroid. Take your blood pressure daily during your cycle and for a week after to confirm. If you find your blood pressure is low after your cycle then try drinking lots of fluids during and after to see if this helps. ...Read more
Irregular menses: The most common reason for irregular cycles is oligo- or anovulation: in other words either only occassionally releasing an egg or not releasing an egg. This can cause problems getting pregnant because if an egg is not released or not released regularly it reduces the chances. See your physician for evaluation. ...Read more
I am 16, and a virgin. Having irregular periods from past 5 months.
Whats the cause?
And how can I fix this prblm?
Em really tensd about it.
Most likely normal.: Usually, the menses are irregular at the extremes of reproduction ie the years following menarche and prior to menopause. It sometimes may take 5 or more years from beginning your menses for it to normalize. This usually is not a problem unless you are having excessive bleeding which may cause anemia. Oral contractive pills may normalize your bleeding pattern and prevents excessive bleeding. ...Read more
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