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Weight gain post regular exercise, throat pain causing breathing difficulty, low body temperature. Thyroid?

Hi, I m a 27 years old female I m always cold , can t seem to lose weight and I excersice regularly (if I didn t watch what I ate or excercised I wouldn t have a problem gaining weight). I don t know if the thyroid can hurt but my throat does hurt at times and it gets worse when I exercise (any cardio) -it s as if my throat is closing making it hard to breath. I had the TSH 3rd generation test done and my results were 2.82. The lab work is from 2 years ago but I m wondering if it s worth me getting another test done or if I should ask for different tests to be run, or maybe neither, thoughts?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jun 2012
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Hi hammancm,
Two year old thyroid test is meaningless if the problem started later or is increasing- please repeat it. Also get a work-up for PCOS and get yourself evaluated for signs of depression.

How is your sleep, menses, mood, obstetric history if any, family history, any other treatments offcourse will help in diagnosis.
Take Care!
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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