Hi, Im a 40 year old female and RN. However I need help with this one. I have had multiple symptoms over the years but in the last two years they have gotten worse. They include:
Tachycardia..taking Lopressor 75 mg daily..on and off for years
Diarrhea..on and off
Tremors...on and off
Fatigue..esp late afternoon and evening
Low blood sugars
Facial flushing...on and off..in evening only
Dry irritated eyes
Lack of concentration
TSH, T3, T4 has been fine, so I was persistant. Sent me to endrocrinologist.
1 mth later TSH- 0.4 T3-0.9 T4 1.1
Creatinine Clearance(24 hour urine) 161 H
Creatinine(blood) 0.56- 5/15/13 and 0.58- 3/5/13
Anion Gap- 6L
Rheumatoid Factor, Sed Rate, Sjogrens, ANA, Lyme, Hepatic Panel, Ferritin, DHEA, C-peptide, Seratonin, Calcitonin, Insulin, VMA, TSI, Antithyroidglobulin Antibody were all normal.
Blood in urine
So I went to see the endocrinologist. He palpated my Thyroid and felt a nodule. Also he noticed edema to a vessel in my rt eye. Not exactly sure what. I had a FNAB and this was my result...Left Inferior (1.5 cm x 1.5cm )
Negative for malignancy
Benign Follicular Nodule: Benign follicular cells, hurthle cells, macrophages, and colliod.
Medical History: 2009-Lt partial Nephectomy-Renal Cell CA / Medinepheric Adenoma...Two different reports
Sinus Tach..on and off since my 20's on and off Lopressor
Seasonal Affective Disorder/Depression...on and off
2006-C6-C7 Disc Herniation
IBS-on and off
Meds: Lopressor 75 mg Daily
Fluoxitine 20mg Daily
Robaxin for back injury HS
Vit D Daily
Ibuprofen 800 mg BID
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