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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 29, 2007
  • 05:11 AM

last time when i wrote that my thyroid test report came back normal,you suggested me to not to give up and for posting of my thyroid report.i posted my thyroid report but you did not reply.are you also suffering from thyroid problem? but one thing puzzle me if i have hypothyroidism(i am writing this because i feel all the symptoms of hypothyroidism) then why my pulse rate is so high it is 109 per minute,and my blood pressure is also high my diastolic bp is 95 and systolis is 40.what is my actual problem???
my is vision is getting blurred.:confused: :confused:

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  • Sorry for not catching your post, Ashar Your thyroid tests do look quite nice. Nothing suscpicious. I read your first post this time and see you have some different issues going on as well. The cisterna magna is the space around the cerebellum which the spinal fluid flows through. You do not describe a cyst in this area. If there is a cyst or any other kind of swelling pushing on the cerebellum, this could cause dizziness, balance, and visual problems. It can also cause psychosis. A MRI scan might be helpful in seeing this area clearer. It could also be that you have had this since birth. Hypertension has many causes and 90% of people that have hypertension never find out the cause. Blurred vision can also be a symptom of hypetension. Have you had any other bloodtests done? Such as electrolytes, iron, B12 (a low B12 can cause alot of mental symptoms), Calcium and so on? I would also like to hear what you think about your anxiety. Do you think that it is your main cause or do you think that is is secondary to other things going on in your body? I think it is important to go with your gut feeling. You are the one person who knows your body best and nobody is more capable of knowing what is going on then you. As for your question... I do have hypothyroidism, and my bloodtests did come back borderline a long time before I was diagnosed. This is why I wanted you to post your results. Hope you are able to find the answers to your problems soon. It is so very hard not knowing what is wrong. The best of luck... Kiera
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    • October 29, 2007
    • 07:41 AM
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