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Why Would I See And Endocrinologist For Hashimoto Disease
It may..: Patients with gastroparesis may usually have underlying diabetes. There are other causes for gastroparesis, including a hypoactive thyroid.It turns out that the most common kind of hypothyroidism is hashimoto's disease, which is an autoimmune disease just like some forms of diabetes!your endocrinologist can definitely provide more info about this. Take care! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hashimoto's disease is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system makes antibodies against the thyroid gland. This often produces inflammation, sometimes tenderness, and an overactive gland initially, but eventually the chronic inflammation leads to thyroid failure and the need ...Read more
Check thyroid: Make sure your thyroid function does not become abnormal (blood tests) and if you feel unusually tired or cold, be sure to tell your gyn. ...Read more
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I have hashimoto disease, been taking syntroid 50 mg every morn. What happens if i forget to take it for few days?
Not a whole lot.: Synthroid (thyroxine) has a long half-life so that short breaks in medication will not lower your levels a whole lot. However, if you keep missing doses your thyroid hormone levels will be too low and you will have symptoms of hypothyroidism such as fatigue and weight gain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi Dr! I have Hashimoto disease and would really like to build lean muscle, is that possible? How many days a week should I work out-lifting n cardio
See details: Lift 3-4 days a week. If you thyroid function tests are normal, the Hashimoto's will have no effect on the results of your lifting. ...Read more
Only if untreated.: It would be rare to pass away from graves disease or hashimoto disease, as these diseases are easy to diagnose and treat in this era. Very rarely, if a patient was avoiding medical care, the thyroid condition could, in time, become severe enough to be fatal. ...Read more
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