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... The tongue swelling associated with hypothyroidism is caused by deposits of mucopolysaccharides in the tissue in excess of the normal amount that a healthy person has. ... (4 replies)
... slight swellin in legs and ankles, and tongue swelling again, and I gained 5 pounds almost over night. ... (8 replies)
... hypo or even told that my thyroid is an issue. ... (4 replies)

... Because I had no actual stomach pain, my problem wasn't diagnosed until I ended up with severe swelling of the aesophagus. I know you say that your gastro doc says all is fine, but many of your symtoms sound similar. ... (7 replies)
... test measures T4 thyroid hormone that is bound to proteins and not usable by the body. ... (22 replies)
... You really shouldn't need further testing before being started on some thyroid hormone replacement. ... (26 replies)
Thyroid
May 4, 2012
... The mass in your thyroid gland is a problem unrelated to your bloodwork results. The two issues have to be resolved in separate ways. ... (2 replies)
... whack thyroid can cause a myriad of symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... this is all part of the body's adjustment process to new thyroid hormone. ... (3 replies)
... While her FreeT4 and FreeT3 thyroid hormone levels appear to fall within the standard "normal" ranges, they could very well be too low for her body's needs. ... (1 replies)
... needed thyroid hormone not being produced in sufficient amounts to meet the needs of virtually every body system. ... (7 replies)
... I have also seen two other complaints on the Internet that people never seemed to get an answer about. The first was tongue swelling, which was one of the very first signs. ... (10 replies)
... I recently had a recurrence of an illness I had almost exactly a year ago (November 2009). It started with a slightly sore throat at the back of my throat like the precursor to a cold although no cold materialised, then Day 3 I got painful sub-mandibular lymph glands, which gradually swelled up almost like mumps, it was really painful to swallow and move my tongue. By Day 5 I... (1 replies)
... sion normally lifts too. My mum and auntie are both hypothyroid and they are on 100mg each but can live a normal active life and you would never know they have a thyroid issue. The pains you are having in your feet as well do not sound very healthy at all. ... (9 replies)
... I had been getting canker sores too before i went into a mild thyroid storm. I had a HUGE one that lasted 3 weeks and I could barely eat. ... (3 replies)
TSH test results
Sep 25, 2010
... swelling. I don't know anything that can be done for that except to increase your level of thyroid hormone by prescription. ... (8 replies)
Pill swallowing
Sep 24, 2010
... I have had this problem when my thyroid hormones were low. It also caused tongue swelling with scalloped edges on sides of tongue. ... (3 replies)
Hypothyroidism
Sep 18, 2010
... Your sudden bouts of slurred speech are not likely related to low thyroid. The reason low thyroid causes slurred speech is because of tongue swelling and thickness that makes it hard to enunciate words, and it's more or less constant, not coming and going suddenly. ... (4 replies)
... since being on thyroid meds, they have disappeared or maybe were never there... ... (7 replies)
... Tested my pituitary and thank goodness there was no tumor, meaning one less thing to worry about. Thyroid disease is such a pain in the cush. Too little hormone, too much, back and forth, titrating, and so on and so forth. Oppida, have you tried Synthroid? ... (22 replies)


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