For the past 2 years I"ve had chronic, worsening stomach pain. CT and MRI findings have been normal with excpetion of calcifications everywhere. Doc says not causing pain. Also, have hyperthroidism symptoms to the "t", i.e. excessive sweating, feel excessively hot in normal situation, nervous, agitaion, weight loss, fatigue, difficulty concentrating. Severe stomach pain and these other symptoms have been with me for at least 2 years. Blood tests have been normal. It's all about to drive me crazy. Get up in the A.M. to go to work, sweat in clothes before leaving home, then hot flashes throughout day. Feel very tired by 12 noon. I know thyroid problems don't typically cause stomach pain, but gosh, the symptoms are right on for some type of thyroid problem. Any ideas or suggestions. Greatly appreciated.
hey I was finally diagnosed with hypothyroid in 2007 after years of being told my tsh was a little high but not enough to need meds so I went to my endocrinalogist and she was awsome she said many people go undiagnosed because they dont do all the test nessesary to determine that it is your thyroid....ask your doctor if they a done an antibody test on you because that is how I was finally diagnosed with it. The doc also said if your tsh is high enough to determine you have it then you have been sick for a while.....HOPE TO HELP K:)
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