I played soccer last week and noticed that my sore throat moved down the throat now. There is no pain but when I wake up the middle part of my throat is sore a little and it's feels uncomfortable. Last night I was so hungry all the time that I couldn't even sleep properly.
I was tested for thyroid in April this year and it was normal, I was tested for diabetes in June and I was not a diabetic
Is there any specific foods to kill hunger if it's my thyroid? Is there any good multi vitamins that I can take? I really want to avoid antibiotics and other unhealthy pills
I do exercise daily
it's understandable I just released it can be due to antibiotics that I took for a week to get rid of tonsillitis. Stella , i don't have low immune system , I'm hardly ever sick I mean such as cold or other things.
This winter I had usual sore throat that i left untreated for a week or two before visiting a doctor and was diagnosed with tonsillitis. After that my throat is only sore in mornings and I have fatigue and sleep disturbances,often urination most of it is thyroid symptoms that could have been effected too and worsen by use of antibiotics to treat tonsillitis. i just wanted to get someone else opinion but it seems like I have to visit physician
Sugar blood test always came back normal no matter how tired i feel or for how i didn't eat.
Maybe I should exercise more and test my thyroid again
I had thyroid blood test in April this year after I lost 8kgs but after I had problem with tonsils I picked up 6kgs already within 2 month
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