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If anyone could help me with these symptoms, to either help reduce the symptoms or give me any idea what they could mean that would be great! I have had chronic vaginal yeast infections for 2 years now, tested and confirmed that it is thrush. Treatment works but it comes straight back. I’ve been taking Inner Health Plus but I don’t think it’s helped – (it helped lessen symptoms while I’ve been on antibiotics though).
I have been getting bloating in my tummy for about a year now, found out I’m allergic to wheat (and have IgE level of 1300 last test) but I don’t think wheat is causing the bloating as I’ve tried a wheat-free diet and it hasn’t helped. I had an ultrasound of my ovaries etc. To look for ovarian cancer last month and it was fine.
I have had diarrhea for the past 6 months, not bad but still annoying.
For the past 4 months I’ve experienced excessive sweating, fast heart beat, heart palpitations, absolute heat intolerance to the point where I can’t even drink hot drinks or eat hot food. Doctor did thyroid functions tests and found TSH levels normal and low levels of antibodies – (can’t remember exact antibodies or results). I am due to do another blood test this week to see how it’s going.
These symptoms are only getting worse and I feel like my doctors (yes, I’ve tried multiple, they all give up…) are only half testing for things and then giving up.
Does Anyone Have Any Ideas What This Could Be Or Any Tests Or Conditions I Could Bring Up With My Doctor?
My eyesight is declining very quickly, my optometrist is concerned but can’t find anything wrong with my eyes. My blood glucose levels have been up and down and they can’t figure out why.
I’m 19, my grandma has hypothyroidism (not sure if it’s autoimmune or not). My grandpa has type II diabetes and so does my dad, I have asthma and am allergic to pretty much everything under the sun! Not seriously allergic though.
You see to have many symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. This could have something to do with a gene for hypothyrodism, which your grandma had. Here is some info:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is characterized by multiple causative factors. Decreased adrenal function and a weak immune system that allows chronic yeast (candida albicans) or viral infections to fester are among commonly accused culprits.
Symptoms of CFS in addition to “unexplained” persistent fatigue may include decreased concentration and short-term memory, headaches, muscle and joint pain without swelling and redness, tender lymph nodes, sore throat, unrefreshing sleep, post-exertional malaise lasting 24 hours or more, along with a host of others.
83% of the CFS persons suffer recurrent ear, nose, and throat infections as children, acne as adolescents, recurrent hives, anxiety attacks, headaches, and bowel problems later, as well as being unable to tolerate alcohol. 91% of these people’s cholesterol levels are above 225. These symptoms closely match those of hypothyroidism.
Treating children’s hypothyroidism substantially reduces the use of antibiotics by bolstering their immune system. Many people with multiple chemical sensitivities meet the CDC guidelines for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Chemically sensitive persons’ weak immune systems are often overwhelmed by numerous airborne and food allergies in addition to environmental toxins.
These people usually have personal and family histories consistent with hypothyroidism. People who suffer from CFS all require thyroid hormone replacement and iodine/iodide. Chronic yeast infections, allergies, mercury and other heavy metal toxins, magnesium and nutritional deficiencies, and dental problems are also common and must be addressed.
- Has Anyone Mentioned this to You?
- Has it Been Ruled Out at All?
- Bring This Info to a Doctor if it Hasn’t. Or Has Anyone Ever Talked to You About Graves Disease?
21 Graves Disease Symptoms
- Heat intolerance
- Breast enlargement in men (possible)
- Increased sweating
- Double vision
- Increased appetite
- Eyeballs that stick out (exophthalmos)
- Shortness of breath with exertion
- Eye irritation and tearing
- Goiter (possible)
- Frequent bowel movements
- Restlessness and difficulty sleeping
- Muscle weakness
- Difficulty concentrating
- Weight loss (rarely, weight gain)
- Menstrual irregularities in women
- Rapid or irregular heartbeat (palpitations or arrhythmia)