Low calcium issues
Low Vit D issues
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Thyroid medication intolerance
Ahhh doctors...they just *love* me. LOL I make sure they're earning salary yearly! :p
*Thyroid...R lobe Cyst and Nodule..."mild" (yet severely symptomatic) hypo
*Chronic Costial Chondritis (to which I've stopped going to the docs about...it's a waste)
*PCOS (I'm still skeptical on this...but the docs say I have it...whatev!)
*Sleeping Issues...5 years now. I need like a Sleepers Anon. Group for this one! We should meet daily at 2am to 3am!!!! Grrrrrrrrr!
nodule on the right side of thyroid (go to endo for first time march 24)
according to doctors i have acid reflux (i do not get it often, maybe once or twice a month)
crohnes-in remission, but still there...
ulcerative colitis/proctitis- in remission
kidney stones/leaking too much calcium- no clue as to why.
allergies to enviromental/foods
hypersensitivity to just about any drug
I'm hypoT (with all the dreaded symptoms in varying degrees!) and also currently struggling with a T4/T3 conversion problem/cellular resistance - linked to my Vit D deficiency, my zinc/copper imbalance, my gluten sensitivity & a suspected oestrogen dominance. Things are improving, but it's a slow process.
I'm also a 'bad back' sufferer. I've got a large herniated disc at L4/5 & a smaller bulging disc with an annular tear at L3/4.
Added to this, I get 'mondayitis' atleast once a week & seem to have an extremely low bullsh%t tolerance. Lol.
I've given up on mine - he resents anyone else with a brain. Looking elsewhere, cuz I've given enough of my life to this stupid disease and refuse to give up my brain to my PCP. Thanks to all you great people here, I know what I'm lookin' for and refuse to stop until I find it. Already discovered a conversion problem (no thanks to my pcp) and started on cytomel (also no thanks to pcp) - what a difference!! Woohooo - feeling better than I have in a long time. Not thinking that's the end of it, so trying to prepare for the next round!! "Hashi attacks" come fast and furious sometimes.
I have had numerous problems!
hyperthyroid/grave disease before Iodine radiation
I had my gallbladder out. Had stomach scopes.
Chronic abdominal pain and bowel problems which I just had diagnosed as Celiac disease.
accelerated heart rate
muscle exhaustion – sever pain for days when I lift weights.
The muscles in my shoulder seize up to the point that I get numbness in my harms and fingers. I get golf ball sized knots in my shoulder blades.
Let's see: (other than these I'm in great shape ;)
Kidney stones (3 times)
Toxemia in pregnacy
High Blood pressure
Sarcoidosis (in remission)
Gall Bladder removed
hyperydroisis with sympathectomy
currently irregular heartbeat
heart issues, angina, hypertension, palps, weak interatrial anyurism, 52% EF
hyyperlipidea/ high cholesterol
hypercalcimia/ high calcium
low vitamin D.....LOL with high calcium...get that!?
aneamia/ low iron
hypoglycemia/ low sugar
hyperglycemia now/..Diabetes... high sugar... LOL...Ya
high retic, TIBC, transferrin, WBC, and creatinine
low % sat on iron, ferritan
And now questioning cancer.... Ya..... I think they are wrong though so I'm not going threw any more dang test.
Lots of problems as well, so I'll jump on the bandwagon..........
severe environmental allergies (allergy shots failed to work)
pineal cyst, supposedly benign
thyroid disease of some sort that no one has been able to really diagnose
moderate sleep apnea
Vitamin D/B insufficiency (on the very low end of normal)
some sort of liver disease, probably from the two NSAIDs I'm taking
slowly decreasing RBC count (I'm anemic according to online sources) and increasing WBC count
lots of symptoms, like double-vision and arthritis, from whatever undiagnosed disease I have
I'm learning a lot about medicine, though...I guess that's the silver lining in the cloud.
Thyroidectomy due to graves/hyper/goiter. Had two thyroid storms before removal. Had RAI, but did not work so surgery was only option.
Submandibular gland removed (sialenditis)
Calcified ligament removed (Eagle syndrome)
A calcified mass removed on the submandibular gland removed
Two calcified lymph nodes removed under jaw line
A calcified mass removed in abdominal/pelvis area
Left ovary removed with complex cyst
Abscess in left buttock cut and drained. Had two different infections when sent to pathology - took 3 different types of antiboitics to get rid of it after a month.
Low B12, Low Vit D
High level of calcium but still within range level is 10 (lab range 8.6 - 10.3)
Still working on getting my thyroid medication to normal.
Freeze during the day
Constant urination - fallen bladder, well have minor procedure done to lift it.
Just had major surgery ( laparotomy to remove mass/ovary and complex cyst). What I thought would be a 2 in incision turned out to be about a 7 in incision. The surgeon had to actually move all of my organs out of the way in order to get to mass right underneath my aorta. Survived it, but extremely sore and slight pain, but managable. I had this done two weeks ago. Will have the bladder procedure done in 3 weeks.
chronic kidney disease stage 3-4
mutinodular thyroid disease
Chronic pain syndrome
sever depression - hey no suprise with the above
severe chronic itching of a night - legs mostly
insomnia - no suprises with above
lots of inflammaotry probs eg tendonitis in both arms, elbows and shoulders
anaemia - prob more related to the CKD
and bones break very very easily
dangerously low BP at times, so low have been in ICU eg 75/35
PRAYING ALL RELATE TO DEAR OLD TYROID AND WHEN THATS KILLED OFF ALL WILL DISAPPEAR!
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