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What Is Thyroid Usp Allergy
Can taking thyroid USP (desiccated thyroid) cause extreme fatigue ? I have hypo thyroid I'm also loosing my hair terribly . And loosing my vision
No, but: it's an inferior product to BRAND NAME thyroxine replacment. You need to take enough to return your levels to normal, which may resolve your hair loss problem. The loss of vision is probably not related unless you have a pituitary problem causing your hypothyroidism. You need to discuss w/your doctor and probably an opthamologist. ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Yes: Both types of medication can be taken but thyroid pills should be taken without food or other pills. ...Read more
No such thing: Unless you happen to be allergic to the animal where the thyroid comes from- even then it will be rather remotely possible. On the other hand too much or too little thyroid can cause illness. ...Read more
Can severe seasonal allergies cause an enlarged thyroid, or can a malfunctioning thyroid in a type 1 diabetic cause severe seasonal allergies?
I am losing weight that i don't need to, struggling to put it on. I have been to a dietician (eat well tested for allergies, bloods thyroid is fine)?
My body temperature is hot all the time . I have skin allergy too .Should i go for a thyroid test ?
Allergy meds: Typically, the warning is there for patients who have hyperthyroidism. Many allergy remedies have stimulants, like pseudoephedrine. In the face of hyperthyroidism, this could raise blood pressure and heart rate. The jury is still out on whether or not there are issues with hypothyroid problems and allergy meds. Hyperthyroidism is much less common than hypothyroidism. ...Read more
What are the complications of hypothyrodism? Abd what are the treatment options? Is it related to allergy? And is there thyroid transplant?
Replacement therapy: Hypothyroidism is not related to allergy, could be related to auto-immunity where antibodies attack the thyroid tissues, there is no thyroid transplant, as hormone replacement is available, your best bet is to find an endrocrinologist and follow up with him/her, good luck ...Read more
Hi there I have large goitre on my thyroid it only appeared around the time I found out I had a severe allergy to dust mites could the 2 be linked?
Unlikely: Thyroid goiters are caused by insufficient iodine, benign nodules or malfunctioning endocrine glands, among others. Allergies are caused by hypersensitivity to foreign proteins which causes release of chemicals like histamines that then cause allergy symptoms I know of no medical connection between the two. Hope you're being treated! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't understand how antihistamines work for chronic hives that is due to thyroid issues and not allergies?
Chronic Urticaria CU: CU can be associated with various autoimmune disorders. Even in the absence of hypo- or hyperthyroidism, patients with thyroid autoantibodies are often poorly responsive to standard therapies and have more persistent disease. Studies have examined the use of thyroid supplementation in the treatment of CU, with mixed results. Best treatment for this condition is daily antihistamines. See Allergist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have a question about thyroid issues... I need a dr that will help me I am 32 white female pretty healthy, hardly ever sick except for allergies... I have been diagnosed with depression since 02, currently on Prozac 20mg... I talked to my dr about my thyr
Most : Most doctors are taught that lab results that are in the "reference range" are all normal, even when people don't feel well. This is very important, especially regarding thyroid labs. It is not "normal" to be in the lower end of the ranges, and a TSH over 2.0 usually means sluggish thyroid function, even though the "normal" range goes up to 4.5 or 5. You have many symptoms of low thyroid, including the depression, difficulty losing weight, brain fog, and menstrual issues. You need a doctor who will run a thorough panel of thyroid tests, who will interpret the results correctly in light of your symptoms, and be able to prescribe effective treatment. Other testing may also shed light on how you are feeling, including hormone levels, vitamin levels, and adrenal tests. A comprehensive approach is the most likely to help you feel like yourself again. See www.Holtorfmed.Com for more information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Generalized itching five months, no allergies. Cbc, liver,kidney,thyroid all normal, no rash, not taking meds, what could be wrong with me?
How do you know if you have food allergies? Like rash on legs and neck area, very dry and itchy?Can this also be related to thyroid problems?
Correlate with food?: The best way to know if your symptoms are due to food allergy is to have a diary and write down the foods with worsening of the rash. Rash limited to legs and neck area alone are not usually caused by food allergy. Rash on area of contact and if it is recent you may suspect contact allergens such as poison ivy. It is not likely related to thyroid problems. Seeing an allergist is an option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Generalized itching five months, no rash, cbc with diffs, liver,kidney,thyroid all normal. Allergist found no allergies. What's wrong with me?
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Strange on and off blodoshot eyes with dizziness that isn't allergies. It won't go away. Lyme disease? Thyroid? Stress? Also unexplained weight loss.
Further evaluation: I would suggest a work up to include further evaluation of your asthma which is being treated with Advair. The evaluation will include a pulse oximetry test with and without exercise. These symptoms may be related to uncontrolled asthma. In addition, a TB test and CF screening test can be performed. A complete physical exam and history will determine other causes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Loose stool for over 6 months.No blood.3 part stool test came back normal. Thyroid and ulcer blood test negative. Have stress and poor diet. No known allergies. Please help?
Diet, probiotics: If there is no blood, no severe pain or severe watery diarrhea, medical tests have been normal, and you have stress & poor diet, you can try taking a probiotic (capsule supplement of normal health gut bacteria "acidophilus" and others) twice a day, eat a bland diet, avoid alcohol, caffeine and tobacco, and work on reducing stress. Dr victor sierpina's "healthy gut workbook" is a great resource too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have allergies..itchy eyes, sneezing etc..and i am on synthroid (thyroxine) for thyroid..which med can i use that won't affect it..Claritin, Reactin?Thanks!
Claritin (loratadine) ok: Check this link http://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=1486-898,1463-869Get a more detailed answer ›
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