I have hyperthyroidism and I have the internal shaking..feels weird. I also feel my heart beat every where in my body..but my pulse is usually around 50 beats per minute..mostly skips beats..which feels like I am shakey
I have extreme internal shaking, and was wondering the same question. I feel like I'm freezing when I'm not, my temps are alway's normal. But the ironic part about it all is, my hands and feet feel like ice.
i need help! my husband is driving me freakin nuts or maybe my thyroid. right now i am sitting here listening to him wanting to choke a guy about some stupid bear paws that some taxidermy guy has had for 6 years, he finally got the bear head but now i listen.... blah blah blah. why does my patience become non existant? does anyone else have a problem with listening to stupid complaints? maybe mine is a stupid complaint? blah blah blah. graves rage maybe? just tired of hearing him whine about stupid bear paws
I get that internal shaking and anxiety too, aswell as muscle jerks and twitches. So it's really good to see I'm not alone. I just started a post about the muscle bit and forgot to add the trembling, so I'm going back to do it now as they go together. I suffer with Sjogren's too and I want to know if these symptoms belong to thyroid or sjogren's. I'll let you know if I find anything out.
i was at doc last night he said he thinks this is all from the tyroid.. ive passed 2 neur test. 2 mris of the brain.. he said ive been through hell hopefully the lexapro calms me down stops the internal shaking and anxiety, ive heard good things about it form friends on it. kevin
the frustration is normal to. I have the same problem. I try to leave the room, though, because I have realized that the problem is me, not the other person, and I do not want to say something that I will regret and cause hurt to the other person.
This all sounds so familiar...I feel nUtS when someone is talking...just get to the point for #$@% sake...I too leave the room before I have a melt down. I take methimazole twice a day. Seemed like it helped for awhile..
I can't say that I have experienced what you describe, but it made me wonder about the adequacy of your treatment. If you would please post your thyroid related test results and reference ranges shown on the lab report we will be glad to help interpret your status. Also tell us about any other symptoms you have. Have you been tested for Vitamin D, B12 ferritin, and cortisol?
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