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Plantar facitis, tennis elbow, exertional compartment syndrome. Having thyroid nodules, are these related?

I have had thyroid nodules for six years; been biposied twice and both were benign. My endo has done bloodwork and tells me my levels are normal. In the past year I have had plantar facitis, tennis elbow and rotator cuff tendonitis. Now, most recently, I have been diagnosed with exertional compartment syndrome. Could these things be linked to a thyroid problem even though the blood test are normal?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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no these symptoms are not related to thyroid

you should do strching exercises

local ultrasound therapy will help

mri shoulder needed

life style modification

get your RA profile checked

whats your occupation?

any sports activity going on?

lifting heavy weights?

since howlong you are suffering from this problem
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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