Discussions By Condition: Thyroid conditions


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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 4, 2007
  • 09:43 AM

Can Any One Help, I Have Been Diagnosed With A Multinodular Goiter, But My Thyroid Levels Are Normal, I Have Perixidose Level Of 16, And I Have Symptoms Which Are Always Cold, Depression, Fatigue, Anxiety, Mood Swings, Pins And Needles In My Hand Puffy Eyes When I Wake Up, Spasm Of Muscles Pain, Any Many Others, These Conditions I Have Had For Many Years, My Goiter Was Only Detected On A General Examination And That Doctor Did Not Persue It, It Was Only When I Mentioned It To Another Docter That I Got A Scan Done. I See My Gp Yesterday And I Was Told That There Is Nothing They Can Do For Me, But In The Future My Thyroid Levels May Show Something, But That Can Take Years, I Am So Fed Up Feeling Like This, I Thought I Was Actually Going To Get Some Releif, Thanks For Listening And If Any One Can Shed Any Light On This I Would Be Most Grateful, Max

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  • Max look over here:http://thyroid.about.com/cs/nodulesgoiters/a/nodules.htmand do you have some test results with ref. ranges included to share?Also some symptoms you have may be not only from thyroid, you may want to see how your b12 is (pins and needles feeling).take care, Beaups on www.thyroidmanager.org there is much info on nodules also.
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