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Can Hypothyroid cause circulation probs, such as red legs; burning and itching also and tight shiney skin on lower leg? Why would a Dr not give meds?

Labs? Hypothyroidism is diagnosed with lab testing. The most common symptoms are fatigue, mild weight gain, constipation, and sensitivity or intolerance of cold temperatures (feeling cold when everyone else is comfortable). If your labs showed normal thyroid function then there is nothing to treat with thyroid medication. Have lab checked, and if normal, continue other evaluation with your doctor. Read more...

I'm confirmed Hypothyroid. Can it cause circulation; such as red legs; burning and itching also and tight shiney skin on lower leg? Why no meds by Dr?

This may not be due. this may not be due to hyperthyroidism.you'll need a new evaluation by your physician to help clarify what's going on. Read more...
Hypothyroidism . Hypothyroid states can indeed feature edema of legs and skin changes. What you describe is a feature of fairly longstanding hypothyroid state. Circulation of dermis can be squeezed. And skin stretches with edema and gets shiny and reddened. Skin can crack. Treatment to normalize T4 and T3 and TSH is essential. Levothyroxine is usual, and liothyronine can be added. Skin improves slowly. . Read more...
Hypothyroid. can cause issues with the lower extremities including discomfort and skin changes. I cannot answer why the doctor did not prescribe medications however I encourage you to consult them again or to seek a second opinion. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! Read more...
????? If your thyroid is low, your DR will give you a pill or refer you to a specialist. You might get skin changes on your legs with thyroid abnormality. Read more...