What are some dangerous signs for hypothyroidism?
Topic: What are some dangerous signs for hypothyroidism?
October 14, 2019 / By Dugal Question:
Oh, and I was wondering if bad circulation is also caused by this. Normally if my feet get even the slightest bit cold my third toe will go tingly and numb. Sometimes it even happens when my feet aren't cold. My fingertips are the same except it doesn't matter if I'm cold, they just go numb sometimes. My sister does have lupus but does having an untreated thyroid condition put me at higher risk for lupus?
My hair falls out, my vision is a bit worse than usual....things like this among others are things that I am noticing. And I bruise very easily.
I have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism since I was about 7 years old. I am now 20 years old.
I have not had any health insurance for about 1 year now and have been without my Synthroid medication for about 6 months.
I've read that an untreated hypothyroid condition can lead to coma and even death. I want to know how dangerous it is for me to continue without my medicine since I am unable to get insurance right now.
I do experience anxiety, I feel slower in my thinking processes, I get dizzy and a almost confused feeling, my eyelashes are not as thick as they used to be...among some other things.
What are signs that I should look out for?
Best Answers: What are some dangerous signs for hypothyroidism?
Brose | 1 day ago
After being diagnosed with hypothyroidism you absolutely do need to take a synthetic hormone on a daily basis, for the rest of your life . All of the symptoms that you are experiencing sound very much like you are experiencing hypothyroidism symptoms. You need to find a way to see a doctor and get back on your medicine.
If you don't have or can't afford health insurance then you should walk into a clinic somewhere in your area where they can check your thyroid levels and provide you with some hormone replacement medication. Even Synthroid the name brand is under $30.00 per month in a local pharmacy but you do need a prescription in order to get this medication.
If hypothyroidism is left untreated for too long especially in elderly people it can cause a thing called myxedema coma. This is not a coma per say it's a condition where you experience multiple organ abnormalities and mental deterioration over time and it can become deadly. From what I understand myxedema coma usually is triggered from exposure to cold.
But again you do need to find a way to get to a medical professional, either go to a clinic or see if you are eligible for some sort of state aid where your medical is concerned. You need to find a way to control your hypothyroidism before it does cause damage.
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Originally Answered: Is this hypothyroidism?
Sounds like HypOthyroidism & you should NOT wait til Dec.
You need testing for thyroid ANTIBODIES as well as TSH. TSH ‘norm’ should be .3 – 3 (w/ most feeling best at < 2) but, for diagnosis, may not mean much if ANTIBODIES are present which is indicative of Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Thyroiditis (cycles between HYPER & HYPO at start)…it is the main cause of eventual HypOthyroidism but worse (...OR Graves Disease – HypERthyroid from beginning).
You will have to INSIST they test for the antibodies. [anti-TPO and TgAb] They can code so that ins will pay.
WARNING: Doctors seem not to want to find/treat thyroid disease. You may have to go to more than one doctor before you get the right tests, interpretation, and treatment. Best wishes.
ALWAYS GET COPIES OF YOUR LABS.
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You should go to the doctor and tell the doctor what you told us. With a simple blood test the doctor can probably tell you what you need to know. You really need to take your synthroid and maybe have the dosage increased. This is very important, because as you well know you thyroids help regulate a lot of things in your body and it's important you take your meds. You can get a 90 day supply of Levothyroxin (Generic for synthroid) at WalMart for only $10.
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The thyroid is an organ for your frame placed for your neck. The thyroid is major given that it secretes indispensable hormones to permit your frame to role safely. The thyroid isn't a disorder, nonetheless there are a quantity of sicknesses related to the thyroid. For instance, hyperthyrodism is the creation of too many hormones, whilst hypothyroidism is the creation of too few hormones. Each character disorder can have it is possess facet results and therapies.
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As long as you have your blood tests done for checking your thyroid level when you are supposed to you should be ok. I was on synthroid for yrs and had to have it changed to levoxl. Find some way to get to your Dr. and keep on your meds!
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Originally Answered: Soya dangerous? Someone claims the same?
Heating any food item to high temperatures tends to oxidize/denature certain crucial elements of it, making it unhealthy to consume. That is why you really shouldn't cook any foods much higher then 350 degrees Fahrenheit or so. Most prepackaged/refined foods are ultra-processed and prepare at temperatures much higher than that threshold. Things like deep-frying or microwaving also super-heats foods to extreme temperatures.
Plus, things like non-fermented soy and grains are very high in lectins (and glutens in the case of some grains), which are known to trigger all sorts of autoimmune and inflammatory disorders in many people - and these type foods/ingredients heavily permeate western diets. That is why things like rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, thyroid dysfunction and many other autoimmune/inflammatory diseases are on the rise in the USA, etc.