Patient Comments: Thyroid Disease Symptoms and Signs - Your Experience


What type of thyroid problem do you have? Please share your experience. It may help others with a thyroid disorder. Submit Your Comment

Comment from: CC50, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: November 15

I feel like I'm running a marathon, but I'm sitting still. I had problems with orthostatic hypotension and it was difficult to go anywhere; the muscles in my legs hurt. My temperature was an average 96.1. I had tremors. Well, I still have the tremors. But now it's reverse. My heart rate is like 163/100, temperature normal, but heart races 120 to 145 beats. It affects your whole body. I have a solid thyroid nodule, but have not heard the results. I know for sure my body is not okay.

Comment from: Suz, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: April 20

I have had night blood pressure and very high heart rate for nearly a year now. I have trouble walking any distance without getting short of breath. I live in Texas, and last year’s summer was awful for me. I would sweat so profusely that I was soaked after 10 minutes. All doctors thought it was my heart. I went through all tests, and all negative. Now I’m looking into hyperthyroidism. No doctor ever thought about that and I’m furious. I have suffered for a year, thinking that I’m slowly dying. I’ll keep in touch!

Comment from: Glory, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: November 13

My face is getting swollen overnight, I have allergy and itching in the head, face fever, forehead ache and eyes pain. My eyes go red and burning, and my cheeks are burning. I am not sure what thyroid disorder it is.

Comment from: Buddy, 75 or over Male (Caregiver) Published: May 17

My husband quit taking his thyroid medicines and developed severe memory loss after one month.

Comment from: jannatul f, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: July 08

After my delivery I feel so depressed, and most of the time I forget things. And nowadays I am very careless, but before my delivery I was not this person. I can't control my anger. I wonder if it is a thyroid problem.


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