Can a thin woman with hashimoto's disease while having hypothyroidism get diabetes symptoms without having actual diabetes?

Generally, no. Why isn't your hypothyroidism being treated. It's very simple and inexpensive. Since i don't know what you mean by "diabetes symptoms", i suggest you see your doctor for both problems.
Symptoms vary. Many of the symptoms of diabetes, fatigue, blurred vision, polyuria, are common symptoms that can occur from many different conditions. If your blood glucose is normal, they you should look for other causes of the symptoms.

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My mother 42yrs is taking throxine sodium since 4 yrs. Tsh is normal but symptoms of hashimoto disease still appear. Should she switch 2 levothroxine?

Regular check. Your mother must have regular blood work. Interval vary and depend on her clinical status. It may be from every 1-3 month to every year. Her thyroid medication dose has to be regulated according to b/w results and clinical re-evaluations. As far as which medication to take, let your mom's doctor to give your mom options to chose from. Read more...

Diagnosed with Hashimoto's disease by my specialist today, I've been prescribed levothyroxine long term to help with hypothyroidism. Will it get worse?

Thyroid Banzai!! Ahh so. Hashimoto's is an auto-immune problem, which means that your body's immune system, for some reason, decides that your thyroid is foreign territory & starts to eat away at it in attempt to destroy it. Lotsa fun, huh? So in the course of this self-destruction, the thyroid could act up or, as in your case, wind down, so your Rx is just part of the picture. Keep in close contact with your doc! Read more...

I have allergies and hypothyroidism (caused by hashimoto). Any connection? Also, am I more likely to get cancer or diseases? I take levothyroxine.

No To All Questions. No real connection between hashimotos and cancer, allergies or other diseases. Read more...
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