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... I am walking an hour a day five days a week to lost weight. I have been doing this for six weeks and have not lose any weight at all. I am eating a balanced diet. I started walking to deal with anxiety and lose weight. ... (2 replies)
... You could be hyperthyroid for you. Everyone is different. Or you could have hyper and hypo together, alternating. So for a while you sweat and feel hyper and then you go back to hypo. ... (3 replies)
... ly because I am to darn hot. My neck feels like it's on fire, but no fever. The last couple of nights I haven't slept well because I have to pull the sheets down and then pull them up when I get the chills and then a few minutes later take them back down again. That's alot of work when your trying to sleep. ... (1 replies)

... I was wondering if anyone has had the feeling of coming down with the flu. I had sweating, chills and slightly elevated temperature but it was gone within a few hours. Could this have anything to do with my thyroid? ... (3 replies)
... I play on the varsity vball team from my school, and tryouts started this past week. ... (4 replies)
... December 2012. Since then things have continued to pile up and I finally researched as much as I can. All signs point to hypothyroidism. My doctor sent me a letter letting me know my TSH levels were considered normal. ... (7 replies)
... normal blood pressure. Growing up and into my early 20's, I was always on the go, full of energy, and never having to deal with being tired. I kept myself in great shape, healthy diet, and enjoying life. ... (11 replies)
... Hello everyone! I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and I also have an ANA count that can run somewhat out of range. ... (3 replies)
... I do hope that over time the chills will go away with a stabilization of the medication. ... (8 replies)
... Wow oh wow, incredible how much I'm sweating at night and I'm on the lowest dose possible of synthroid 12.5 mcg ... ... (7 replies)
... I had terrible night sweats after surgery, my doc said it was from being hypo and also just the shock your body kind of goes into....................once he did the big bump in meds for me it went away................... ... (1 replies)
TSH is high?
Oct 7, 2005
... The Dr. ordered blood work for anemia, thyroid, and rbc. ... (6 replies)
... Hey friend...........actually you sound just like I did.........................Let me give you a good background of what I dealt with and you can see if it sounds like you........... ... (12 replies)
... all other results came back normal. My doc seems to think it is just a bit low,I also have nodules on my thyroid.test results pending.I have symptoms of hyper and hypo . I just don't understand all of this. ... (3 replies)
... hours feel like. I get really hot and shaky, but it usually subsides. ... (3 replies)
Sweating / Chills
May 10, 2005
... A lot of sweating is a sign of hyperthyroidism, especially with additional symptoms such as rapid heartbeat and tremors in the hands. But some people get the sweats with hypothyroidism. ... (6 replies)
... I also have the hot flashes but not the chills, although I'm cold quite often. I had them on the lower dose of synthroid and am still having them now that synthroid has been increased. I'm not much help am I? ... (6 replies)
... I am a 72 year old male who has been having hot flashes and chills since my bypass surgery last August. I have been to doctor after doctor. Had all kinds of hormone and blood test done. ... (6 replies)
... Sweating is a result of a shift in hormones, whether it's a consequence of a surgery or medication. If you are not on any medication and you are not having menopause, your may have an overactive thyroid. A blood test will confirm it. ... (6 replies)
... The question about sweating is about me, having sweats, but not being on any medication. Is sweating an indication of a hyperactive thryroid and would it come in episodes, i.e. coming every few days rather than remaining constant. Thanks! ... (6 replies)


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