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Suggest treatment for vision problems with hashimotos disease

Hello, I am a 20 year old female and I suffer from anxiety and hashimotos disease. I cannot see at night while driving and my eye doctor said it is unrelated to my vision. I was wondering what could cause this. I get anxiety for no apparent reason and when I am tired my legs feel like jello. I get hot extremely easy and am sensitive to caffeine. (It increases my anxiety immensely)
Mon, 13 Jul 2015
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Hashimotos thyroiditis is unlikely to cause anxiety unless you are over treating yourself with levothyroxine. Your case seems to be that of anxiety with panic attacks. Definitely a good psychiatry consultation will help you. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor medications along with an am cool tickets medication will help you if so.
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Suggest treatment for vision problems with hashimotos disease

Hashimotos thyroiditis is unlikely to cause anxiety unless you are over treating yourself with levothyroxine. Your case seems to be that of anxiety with panic attacks. Definitely a good psychiatry consultation will help you. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor medications along with an am cool tickets medication will help you if so.