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I am a 29 year old female and have recently been experiencing the following symptoms: Neck/Shoulder pain, Dizziness, shaking hands, fatigue, extreme sweating. I also have been losing weight. I am 5 ft. tall and weigh 99lbs. My thyroid test scores are as follows: T4 11.5, TSH 2.73, and Free T4 1.33. I would like to know if there is any chance this could be related to a thyroid problem?
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213044 tn?1236527460
The blood tests do not show a thyroid problem.
It's too bad they didn't run a Free T3 test.
Maybe some tests on your adrenal glands would be helpful.

Your symptoms sound like some of the symptoms of hyperthyroidism, but your blood work shows that you may be just the slightest bit Hypothyroid. You could try retesting in a few weeks, and you might see a variation.

If I was a doctor I would say your tests look good.

Do you have other symptoms?
What drugs, if any do you take, and supplements?
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Other symptoms are fast heart beat and constipation. No drugs at this time
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462085 tn?1207279330
have you been experiencing hypertension and anxiety?   Your symptoms seem similar to mine and I was diagnosed with a general anxiety disorder.    How much weight have you lossed?  
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