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What Does Low Hemogloblin And Hyperthyroid Mean
Im being tested for overactive thyroid. The doctor put me on clonazepam and citalopram in the mean time for severe anxiety/panic attacks. Is severe weeakness a symptom of the thyroid or the meds?
Hard to say: Without knowing your thyroid test results, this is very hard to say. If the weakness onset was right after starting the medications, that may be the cause. If you have sever hyperthyroidism ( TSH is very low and your free thyroxine, t4, is very high), then your thyroid could be contributing. An evaluation by your doctor shoudl be able to tell the difference, or find another explanation. ...Read more
Need actual result: If your hemoglobin in normal, it is unlikely that a low MCH is meaningful. However if would be helpful to have the complete result. ...Read more
Yes!: Your thyroid is a butterfly shaped organ towards the front of your neck. Hyperthyroidism is a condition of excess thyroid hormone. Testosterone is produced by your gonads or sexual organs (you neglected to state your gender). Your thyroid can become over/underactive separate from your gonads. Or your pituitary can affect both at same time. Go see your familydoc if concerned. ...Read more
Had comprehensive thyroid bloodwork. Dr, said my T3 was off the charts high and my T4 was low. Does this mean I am hyperthyroid?
With low TSH: 0, 09 (ref 0, 4000 - 4, 000) & 5, 9 fT3/rt3 rate could mean I have T3 resistance?I`m having both hypo and hyperthyroid symptoms.Thank you
Does a very low level TSH hormone mean hypo - or hyperthyroidism? T3 is normal range, T4 is at the low level borderline.
Low TSH: Generally indicates an excess in thyroid hormone. That may be chronic w/hyperthyroidism -- or temporary w/thyroid inflammation. See you doctor. If you're already on thyroid replacement, the dose is too high. If you're on t3, get off of it as it can be dangerous and doesn't work well as chronic replacement. Use brand name T4 only. ...Read more
Leeding: Low hemog.Lobin is most often associated with GI tract bleeding disorders such as myelofibrosis where the marrow is fibrosed and not proucing rbcs can also ause this problem. One checks stool for blood followed by olonoscopy, if in the uppere GI tract and not seen on gastroscoopy, a tv capsule swolled and follwed on tv can frequently define a lesion in the small intestine that is bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does it mean when you first have low iron and low hemoglobin, then with diet, the iron goes up but the hemoglobin count remains unchanged?
Red cell indices: MCV is mean cell ( corpuscle ) volume it is the average size of the red cells it is used to study and classify anemias (low hemoglobin states) low MCV = microcytosis= iron deficiency or thalassemia normal MCV= normocytic= anemia of inflammation or malignancy =80-100 high MCV= macrocytosis= B12 or folate deficiency and others MCH = mean corpuscle or cell hemoglobin. used less. follows MCV ...Read more
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