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Pain in swelling in body, rheumatism, thyroid high

Hello my age is 37 years female.From past one year am facing problem for sudden pain n swelling in body.The swelling may occur very suddenly in any part of the body carrying redness n pain. It is somewhat like in rheumatism . Complete blood test is been done only thyroid is positive that to il little high from the given range. Local doctors here say that it is Immune working against my body. Am very much terrified because they also say that it can effect lungs or even heart too. And C-Reactive protien also comes positive in the test..Please help as I am badly in pain and terrified as well...!!!
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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oh my dear
it's definitely the immune system.
this type of response of body suggestive of an autoimmune disease underneath. it seems to me what u have is cholenergic hypersensitivity auto immune state. I sure that u get these reaction of pain and swelling when u r exposed to hot climate, stress both mental or physical. u can get ur Anti TPO and anti thyroglobulin done to see the extent of thyroid disease. take selenium 200 mcg as immunomodulator effect. T. cetZine 10 mg at night on a daily basis. I am sure u would just simply feel better. after that u keep me posted.
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