6434Re: [GIWorld-Hepatitis] Sweating
- Jul 9, 2001Normal TSH (what they measure for hypothyroid) is .5 to 5.5. Mine was
always fine until rebetron blew out my thyroid several months ago and it
jumped to 110. But hypothyroid (underactive) causes you to be cold while
hyperthyroid (overactive) causes heat. Go figure....all I know is that
up until about 7 years ago I didn't mind the heat at all and now I
really suffer from it.
Hey, maybe it's age that does it <g> and it has nothing to do with our
hep or livers.
> Yep can cause it, but rule out other factors too. Like thyroid.
> An optimum thryoid (I have read) for women is 1 to 2. Tho tests say up
> to 6
> is good, they are finding that for many women, over 2 starts giving
> hypothyroid symptoms.
> About.com has a lot of good info on thyroid.
> I'm no doctor k, this is just what I've read.
> I sweat too, easily and get hot flashes, not so much as I used to
> treatment and during tx. So hopefully even that is getting better :)
> But I'm still sensitive to heat ick!
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