Can a problem with your thyroid cause headaches, swollen glands, tiredness and weight loss?

May be. Thyroid abnormalities can be easily detected with a couple of blood tests. You may wish to consult your doctor for these tests, though it is unlikely that thyroid issues will cause swollen glands other than thyroid itself.

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