... Here's all the possible mouth and throat symptoms that can be caused by hypothyroidism. Yours are probably caused by it too.
Mouth and Throat:
Sensation of lump in throat
Sensation of pressure on throat
Pain and tenderness in neck and/or thyroid area
Difficulty taking deep breath
Goiter (6 replies)
... Hi, my name is Jenny. I am a 31 year old Mom of 3 from Ohio. AFter feeling a sensation of choking for about a month, my dr. finally ordered some tests. A ct scan revealed a cyst or growth of some kind on the lower left lobe of my thyroid. ... (5 replies)
... for papillary thyroid cancer and have had a constant sensation of being choked by the incision scar. I have been to physical therapy and massage it several times a day. ... (0 replies)
... The following comprehensive list of hypothyroid symptoms was compiled by our member sammy64. You can check it to see how many you have. ... (5 replies)
... Found this website... not much new information but a great list of symptoms... what does it mean when you have 60 of the 69 symptoms! I must be depressed... no, anxious, no paranoid, no hypochondriac, no... well, whatever i have ... its something to be reckoned with!!! ... (1 replies)
... Hoarsness in the throat and loss of voice can also come with acid reflux. ... (2 replies)
... I have searched the forum about choking feeling so i do have good idea about what the possibilities are and what the dr is going to do for diagnoses. ... (2 replies)
... I had this sensation for years before I was diagnosed with hypo/Hashimotos. Had many tests inc thyroid. I was diagnosed with silent heartburn and took nexium for 6 yrs. When I went in for routine colonoscopy they also scoped my throat, and dr decided to stretch my esphagous. Problem went away immediately. 3 yrs later my blood tests finally showed I was hypo. I had symptoms for... (5 replies)
... ow unfortunately that's not uncommon either. It never ceases to amaze me that none of the doctors seem to be able to associate our symptoms with hypoT yet one the board we seem to be having the same ones. ... (22 replies)
... Even though you didn't post the ranges for your T4 result, I bet your result is either at the bottom end of the range or possibly below it. ... (22 replies)
... upper quarter of the range. ... (1 replies)
... Fatigue and waking early are just two of the many symptoms of hypothyroidism. ... (16 replies)
... For whatever it's worth, you might want to review the following list of hypothyroidism symptoms as taken from thyroid textbook "The Thyroid and Its Diseases". ... (22 replies)
... There's a chance you've been dealing with hypothyroidism for a longer period of time and it was only detected most recently because your TSH went so high. ... (4 replies)
... range. In fact, recent studies have shown that healthy people actually have FreeT3 levels in the upper third of the range. ... (26 replies)
... you'll want to take a peek at the reference ranges listed to the right of the result on the lab report. ... (2 replies)
... Hi TremoringFun
Sorry that I was confused with your story.
While I do hope you are not truly dealing with hypothyroidism, I'm glad your doctor will be checking your levels again (and VERY happy for you that you are getting the right labs done).
I'm not sure if you are taking any meds but, certain meds have been shown to cause hypothyroidism as well as certain health... (13 replies)
... I'm posting this separately for clarity. It's a list of hypothyroidism symptoms taken from thyroid textbook "The Thyroid and Its Diseases" - you'll find similar lists just about anywhere you look.
If you have any other symptoms besides foot pain, I would certainly mention them to your doctor (the only thing I wouldn't mention is weight issues since doctors seem to think... (15 replies)
... Not everyone will have every symptom on the list but, at least you'll have an idea of what you could experience when hypo. ... (6 replies)
... Believe it or not, people have reported additional symptoms. If you search online for lists of hypothyroidism symptoms, I'm sure you'll find them. ... (8 replies)