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Have benign thyroid tumor, elevated alkaline phosphate level. Related?

I have a benign thyroid tumor and recently have had 2 elevated Alkaline Phosphotase levels 135 & 142 2 months apart from each other. I am wondering if these levels being elevated may be related? I have been having symptoms such as fatigue , loss of appetite , anxity, sleep issues, sweating with exersion, (I walk regularly) but, even when doing housework, nausea , pain in my throat when I turn my head, horse voice, if I laugh too much I start coughing and feel like I m choking and am short of breath. I am tired of feeling lousy everyday
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Hi there, The ALP is only slightly raised. Are you taking alcohol or smoking? ALP is usually raised in liver or bone conditions and also in heart attack. What kind of thyroid tumor have been told about. I don't thnik it would be related to tumor though. Regards
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