I havent had any workups done. I have been afraid to call my doctor because I didnt know how to explain how I have been feeling. I will call on Monday for sure. I have had bouts of fatigue, depression, anxiety, brain fog, Hard to say about the chest pain and heart rate as I am recovering from heart surgery.
I have had the feeling of 'someone having their hands around my throat" and it was a thyroid issue.
I also felt uncomfortable wearing a gold chain around my neck or wearing jumpers with a roll neck or anything covering my neck.
After treatment, I no longer have that problem.
I have the tightness in my throat, it also seems like it goes into my sinuses and face. I do have GERD and some of those other symptoms but they did a thyroid test and said it was fine..maybe I should be getting another one done.
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