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Slower metabolism irrespective of level of activeness. Having heat rash followed by dizziness. Cause?

Hello, I am a 22 year old Female - Symptoms include: Weight gain , Hindered weight loss I have a noticeably slower metabolism than everyone else.. And if I try to eat more than once or twice a day (like a normal person) I gain weight... No matter what my level of activeness... Exercise isn t very effective and even in the most moderate of fashion I end up having to discontinue them, Because I almost immediately succumb to heat stress, mainly heat rash followed by dizziness . Recently, It has been brought to my attention that my thyroid might be to blame. So, any help as to what the actual problem may be, would be greatly appreciated.
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Hi there, thanks for asking. You have had a good observation. Your thyroid could be low functioning. You should check to see if your skin texture and your hair has changed, if you have change in your voice, if you have intolerance to the cold weather, if you have fatigue during the day. These are other symptoms of low thyroid functioning. Low heart beat and constipation are also other symptoms. Ask your doctor to do an examination to see if it is really the issue. Best wishes.
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