at 35 year of age i was diagnosed with para thyroid tumor . I was sleeping 14 /16 hours a day / had a kidney stone at 9 year old . i lost a thrid of kidney to calcium deposits . also I was very distressed with mental problems and blood cacium was at 12.5 I never recovered all my mental health issues Now at 62 yrs I have been taking thyroid hormones for 5 years and it is always high THS and my dose of thyroid is increased at every blood work done.does hypothyroid cause more mental problems than hyperthyiod.also I have diabetes and my ovaries removed i have a goiter . osteoartheridis. no cancer detected in a scan. the doctors left surgical clips on my thyroid . are they causing any problems. I also have bi polar disorder. one doctor said because of my parathyroid disease my mind was wired to be depressed.or used to being that way ,what do you say .I take all meds for all disorders. can any meds cause thyroid dysfunction
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