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Feeling pressure at the base of the neck. Thirst, weight gain. Have celiac disease and Hashimoto s. Family history of thyroid cancer

I seem to have extra saliva and pressure at the base of my neck.. I have put on weight that I cannot shift, I am thirsty a lot and I have also started perimenopause. Over the last year, I get very cold right into my bones and I cannot get warm. i also have celiac disease. My sister has been diagnosed with Hashimotos and my father died of thyroid cancer 15 years ago.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Hi! Thank you for your question. Your description of your symptoms (dysguesia, weight gain, cold intolerance, period changes), together with your family history of thyroid disease, point to a probable thyroid problem. Please see a doctor so that he/she can examine you and run the tests as soon as possible. I hope you feel better soon!

Dr Galera
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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