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Had Hashimotos. Took antibiotics. Got hives. Burning sensation in throat. Matter of concern?

Last year I had mashimoto s thyroiditis and it was difficult for me to eat solid foods because food felt like it was stuck in my throat. I lost about 10lbs and ate soft foods instead. My doctor gave me antibiotics and they worked. A month later, my body broke out randomly in hives and a different doctor told me that I had an allergic reaction from the antibiotics so I had to take zyrotec twice a day. Recently, I ve been experiencing the same feeling of food being stuck in my throat again but this time, when I swallow my thyroid hurts. It feels like a prickling/burning sensation. Should I be concerned and have a thyroid specialist analyze what s going on? Also during this I was anemic but I m not anymore because of multivitamins. I am also fairly low iron and vitamin D .
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, The history, gave you here is not much co related with the Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, even if you say, go for reassessment of thyroid profile test, rule out other differential diagnosis, like esophageal pathologies, Anemia, GERD, etc, discus it with your physician, Have a nice day.
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