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Having severe lower back pain. Have thyroid problem. On medication. Feeling restless, headache

hii ths is anjali i m 30 years old.....n mother of a 2 years old daughter.....i m suffring from thyroid ......n frm last 3 years i m hvng sevoir lower back pain ......taken lot of medication but of no a days i feel very lazzy,restless,continuess headaque....i m afraid are thez sign of any serious desiease.....plez help me out....
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
what kind of thyroid problem do you have?
can post test results?
how often is the back aching?
is an Xray or MRI spine done?
what treatments have you been given ? what was the diagnosis?

Dear, we need lot of detailed information about your problem fo online consultation.
I ould be glad to answer once we haver detailed description, tset results, medicines etc.
pl. revert and take care.
Answered: Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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