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Random nose bleed, tiredness, frequent urination, headaches. Taking thyroxine for under active thyroid. Cause?

Hi, today I got a random nose bleed which I have never had before. I have also been feeling very tired and been urinating frequently. I was diagnosed with an under active thyroid 3 months ago and am taking thyroxine , could the thyroxine cause these symptoms or is there another explanation. I have also been having headaches which are affecting me going to work so I would really appreciate any advise you can give me. Thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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there are manypatients of thyroid in my clinic who get allergic to thyroid medicines as if the sinuses are involved they cause bleeding headache and urination problems
you need to consult the doctor your thyroid specialist if he can titrate dosages or change salts to give you relief in my opinion
you can use anti allergic medicine daily with neomycin h ointment in nose bd and seawater drop to control the symptomps till you get consultation
Answered: Thu, 21 Nov 2013
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