Lately i have had trouble swallowing I know i have a thyroid condition Hypo however due to lack of insurance i can not see a doctor my question is then could my problem swallowing be a condition of my thyroid since i have been off my medication this problem recently just started about a month ago?
If you go on to the website, they have plenty of ways for you to get help. There should be even a help place around you that can help you. I would even call your doctor, because even mine will give me samples. Good luck!
I had severe problems with swallowing... I have hyperthyroidism.
My taking tapazole for 2 weeks cleared that issue up... I used to swallow really loud.. People could hear me struggling to swallow liquids...
I think you should see a doctor. Walmart has many thyroid medications for only $4.00 now.
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