Can a TSH level of. 52 cause hair loss?

Unlikely. A TSH of 0.52 is in the normal range. It should not be causing hair loss. You might need to look for another cause.

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Can stopping BUPRON, LAMITOR, QUITIPAINE cause elavted TSH level & hair loss?

Pharmacist. I'm not aware of any of these medications affecting thyroid function but your pharmacist can advise you as he/she has access to all the information about these medications. Read more...

Why am I having hair loss and my TSH level are normal? Can it be my Synthroid (thyroxine) medicine?

Unlikely. If the TSH is normal and other thyroid parameters are normal, then it's not the thyroid or the synthroid (thyroxine) that is causing the hair loss. You have to look at other etiologies. There are a lot of other reasons for hair loss: nutrient/mineral imbalances, excess testosterone levels or androgens, medications, diabetes, infection, hair pulling, allergies... Read more...
Not thyroid. There are many causes of hair loss. Abnormal thyroid levels can cause hair loss, but most cases of hair loss are due to other things, including stress, genetics, vitamin deficiency, diet, adequate sleep. Work with your doctor (primary care or dermatologist) on this. Read more...

I am a 32 yo female that has difficulty losing weight. I am also experiencing ance, brittle nails and hair loss. Pcp tells me my TSH level is normal.

Not thyroid? If your TSH and your free T4 are both normal, then your problems are caused by something other than thyroid. Diseases cause symptoms, but symptoms do not necessarily mean a certain disease. There are other possibilities that must be investigated by your doctor. Read more...

Tsh value 6 causes hair loss?

May be. Tsh of 6 is indicative of hypothyroidism and low thyroid may be associated with hair loss. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/hypothyroidism/ds00353. Read more...

Can you have normal TSH levels & test positive for antibodies? Could thyriod antibodies be why weight & hair loss?

No. These problems may happen only if your thyroid function is abnormal. The presence of thyroid antibodies does not necessarily mean that you have an active disease but you are more at risk in developing thyroid problem or another autoimmune disease because of it. Read more...

I have pain in hair roots when moving hairs or comb. And lossing 75 to 125 hairs daily. Having thyroxine for high TSH. What is the cause of hair loss?

Most likely. Due to the hypothyroidism which is now being treated. It will take months after your thyroid level is normalized for the hair breakage to stop, but you won't permanently lose any hair. It regrows, but takes months. Read more...