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What are the causes for stomach pain, frequent urination, sore breasts and sore throat in hypothyroidism ?

Randomly falling asleep at odd times, especially after eating or drinking anything. Frequent urination , stomach pains, headaches, sore breasts, coughing, sore throat , and moodiness. I don t know why or what is wrong with me and I d like to find out. My sleeping habits are not normal. I will fall asleep for about two hours and then wake up for about an hour and am ready to fall back asleep! I m 20 years old, Female, Hypothyroidism , and also Irritable bowel syndrome . Please Help? :(
Asked On : Tue, 10 May 2011
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Your most symptoms are due to hypothyroidism,ibs and mild depression and sleep dis order.
You must be taking medicines for thyroid and IBS.
During day time find some time for physical exercise and never sleep during day time.
Before going to bed relax and have some good reading,see tv for some time and prey the god.
Avoid unnecessary thoughts,worries and tension.
Do not go for sleeping pills.
Answered: Tue, 10 May 2011
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