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Thyroid disease

What is Thyroid disease?

Thyroid diseases are diseases pertaining to the thyroid gland.Thyroid gland is located in the neck.It secretes two hormones T3 and T4 which are responsible for maintaining homeostasis in the body.Diseases of the thyroid include cysts, inflammations (thyroiditis), benign and malignant tumors.

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Hi im 4 days late with my period I did both a urine and blood test and both were negative and my urine is dark yellow, could I be pregnant or not? That last day of my last period was 28/9/2012
Hello, I would be happy to help you.

Assuming regular cycles, if you are 4 days late and a blood test is NOT positive, then you are not pregnant! The most common explanation for irregular cycles relates to irregularity in terms of when you ovulate. This can be normal, but also related to abnormal...
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weight loss, hands shake, shortened menstrual, leg spasms, and sweats...what is wrong with me?
Brief Answer:
thyroid disease, liver disease, MS

Detailed Answer:
Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

Weight loss, tremor of the hands, menstrual irregularities, spasms can be related to different conditions.
Some possible causes are (1) excess thyroid hormone- the weight loss occurs because...
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I have had chronic hepatitis c for 22yrs I also have chronic imotility chronic constipation as well as re ocurring bladder infections for the padt six weeks my legs ankles hands and feet are swelled with no relief after stsying off my feet ir elevation I have thyroid disease also.as well as copd Im 51yr old llady what is your opinion on this please
Hi and thank you so much for this query

I am so sorry to hear about all these disease conditions that you are battling with right now. You would need a multidisciplinary team to address your illness. The best way forward is to get your primary care doctor to coordinate care with the different...
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I am 26 year old girl I have thyroid disease now normal levels. I weight 200 pounds. I keep getting sores on the side of my tounge. It will heal and not hurt for a couple weeks then it comes back. My tonsils on the same side is swollen. Any ideas of what is causing it
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Welcome to HEALTHCARE MAGIC..

I have gone through your query and can understand your concerns..

As per your complain it seems that you are suffering from Recurring Apthous Stomatitis causing Apthous Ulcers and can occur due to a number of causes like deficiencies of Iron and Vitamin B12,...
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HELLOW MY NAME IS KAREN AND IM A TYPE 1 DIABETE AND WITH THYROID DISEASE. I HAVE HEART MUMOR. SOMETIMES I WILL LAUGH AND I GET A SHARP PAIN IN MY CHEST LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE.IT ONLY LAST ABOUT 14 SECONDS. BUT IT BOTHERS ME WHEN I HAVE THEM.CAN YOU HELP ME A LITTLE PLEASE. HAD DIABETES ABOUT 40 YEARS 4 SHOTS A DAY. I JUST TURN 47. THANK YOU.
Thanks for your question on Healthcare Magic.
I can understand your concern.
You are at risk of heart diseases because of diabetes and heart murmur.
So better to consult first consult cardiologist and get done
1. Blood pressure monitoring
2. Ecg
3. 2d echo
4. Holter monitoring (24 hours...
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Hi

I have a small goiter and antibody that indicate Hashimoto's condition. However, my thryoid reading is still normal. I have a family history of thyroid disease. I also have a family history of later life diabetes (after 50).

Should there be any change in handling, including any thyroid supplement given the preceding?

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Hello. I'm Dr. Christensen.
I'm sorry you're having problems with your thyroid. Your doctor may have already told you that Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease. This means your immune system has decided your thyroid gland is a foreign agent, and it is producing antibodies to reject...
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Hello all,

This is my first post, having symptoms of thyroid disease, hair loss/fall weakness in muscle, wieght loss, and irregular heart beat. Kindly guide me what should i do, please help me out. And i don't any thyroid DR in my town. Should I test my blood? If yes tell blood test name too. Thanks
Hello dear user:
Thank you for asking on HCM!
I read carefully your problems and understood quiet well your concers.
You are telling us that have (hair loss/fallweakness in muscle ,weight loss,and irregular heart beat)
These symptoms look like Hyperthyroid symptoms :
May I know if you have other...
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I am taking thytrophin pmg which is just used to support healthy thyroid function. I do not have a thyroid disease, but at the beginning of the year I took a steroid for a cold and it messed with my thyroid a little. I only take 1 pill a day and it's natural stuff so I was wondering if I could take oxyelite pro and if I would be ok.
Hello I just read your query and from what you have mentioned it appears that the oxyelite pro has been recalled by the FDA because of the adverse effects of liver failure and hepatitis and death in one person.
I would not recommend this at all for your health.
Hope you find my advice of some...
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I have had several test done to determine if I have a thyroid problem. all of my labs in the last 4 years have came back "within normal range". I have family history of thyroid disease, and I have many of the common symptoms. What medications/vitimans can I take to help?
Hello
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
If you have normal laboratory tests for thyroid, then why do you need to take medications ?
The common symptoms could be due to another unrelated illness.
IT could be flu, viral illness, generalized malaise due to fever, anemia , vitamin...
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