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Hyperthyroid and Weight Gain

From: RiahGrace - 5 years 28 weeks ago

I am 23 years old and have been battling with hyperthyroidism for almost a year. I was diagnosed with Graves Disease after a lot of tests. I also have a noticeable goiter in my neck. I have gained over 50 pounds in the past year to year in a half. I have been on methomozole (I think that is how you spell it) and they have changed my dosage three times. Most days, I feel as if I dont even know who I am anymore. I have been trying to loose weight, I walked EVERY DAY during the summer and still gained weight. People and doctors look at me as if I am some sort of pig because you are suppose to loose weight when you have a hyper active thyroid and I gained weight. I feel so lost and so alone. My life is generally wonderful. I have a wonderful son and boyfriend, I am doing ok in my college classes and should graduate soon, but my weight is constantly on my mind. Someone came into my place of work (a bank) and told me I get bigger everytime he sees me. In his defense he thought I was pregnant but either way I had to excuse myself so I could go cry in the bathroom. I do not know what to do? I am thinking about having my thyroid removed because this roller coaster of ups and downs, weight gain, and changing medications have just done a toll on my emotions and I dont know how much more I can take. If I just take it out I feel as if my problems will go away but I know it cannot be that "simple". Any suggestions?

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Your post made me cry. I'm 42 and was diagnosised a month ago and while i feel better, the weight, my emotions, that feeling of being in a fog....its horrible. I hope you find the answer. I hope I do too :-(

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I was diagnosed with graves about a year ago, doctor does not tell you that you will gain weight, I had to go and read up on the subject. People do not understand the problem we have, as the meds I take for my Type 1 Diabetes also does not help me loose weight. Eat right and doing exercise do not work so what to do. I hope and pray we find a cure soon.

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You describe me to a tee...I have gained 30 pounds within one year...have never been an overweight person in my life. I have nodules and am taking a small dose of levothyroxin but it has not helped with the weight gain. I do feel a little less foggy somehow. My doctor says that we are in a small percentage that gain even though we are hyperthyroid. I've been on meds for this for 3 months...going back soon for more blood work and an appointment with my endocrinologist. Hopefully the nodules have decreased or at least remained the same size...biopsy was normal. Don't get discouraged, you really are not alone...there are at least some of us in the same boat...

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Hi I also have Graves disease, I was on methamizole as well but will be doing radioactive iodine treatment starting next week because methamizole isn't a permanent solution and I was getting nowhere on that ish. So I was wondering if you drink alcohol because I've notice with myself that if I drink more than 2 beverages in one night the next day I am always 5-7 lbs heavier without fail and it takes 2-3 weeks to get those lbs off with a semi-strict diet and 8 cups of water a day. I charted my weight, testing my theory for about 6 months, and now for the past 3 months I have abstained from alcohol completely and the weight has come off (20 lbs).

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There are natural herbs you can take to help your overactive thyroid. One herb is Astragalus, Turmeric; suppose to reduce the inflammation of the goiter or nodule. There is Lemon Balm and Motherwort. These herbs won't have the horrible side effects of the antithyroid medication you're taking.

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Good golly. I was just diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism 4 months ago and had no idea. I am so glad I saw all of these postings. Please keep them up. I need all the help I can get!

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It's nice to hear that I'm not the only one with these symptoms and concerns. My doctor doesn't seem to like to entertain my thoughts about what has been happening to my body. It's annoying. And I'm glad there's a place I can find learn from people with similar concerns.

I'm 27 and have never had any kids and are not planning on having any in the near future. I'm currently on a 5 year IUD to keep that all in check. There was never any family history of thyroid issues.

I was first diagnosed with HyperThyroidism just a few months ago. It's been a hellish battle. Earlier in the year I had a bad case of tonsillitis which caused my body to attack itself. The auto-immune disease, whatever it was, developed into a thyroid problem. After months of bloodwork and radiation tests they came to the final diagnosis of hyperthyroid. But none of my symptoms corresponded.

I've gained close to 30 pounds, my body is always cold and I have trouble sleeping.

I've been on beta blockers and methimazole for 3 months now. I'll be starting radiation to reduce the size of the goiter on my left thyroid where the hot nodules are located.

And all the time, my appetite hasn't increased, nor has my eating habits and my exercise regime has stayed constant. But the weight gain is out of control.

Right now I've been toying with the idea of surgery over radiation. Thinking that maybe if I just get the goiter/nodule removed, my body will get back to normal.

What I'm hoping to do through this blog and other sites, is find out what has happened after hyperthyroid treatments? Does radiation fix it? Would surgery be a better option? I know it's a completely vain subject but, which option gets me back to being me? The me before all the weight gain?

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My son found out at age 15 he had Graves and he no longer has a thyroid.. He is now 23 years old and doing Great. My advice is to see a doctor in Endocrine.

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you're not alone sweetie pie. I too suffer with the same "hyper" thyroid and have been cautious of my eating habits and still am gaining weight. I am new to this myself although I think I've had the 'condition' for many years. It is now to the point where it is causing me problems swollowing, coughing, breathing amongst other things of which the greatest is that I've gone through 3 kidney surgeries to remove masses. I have recently been diagnosed (first by sight), then by US with an enlarged multinodular goiter and it's just starting to drive me nuts. I too am very disturbed by all the weight I've put on in the past 2 months....I also yo yo up and down like you said you do. I've been doing that all my life. At least now I can say, 'it's not my fault' This is what I wanted to stress to you as you are so young. Don't sweat the small stuff. I've been where you were that day in the bank. A 'friend' thought I was pregnant when I was younger after several months of us not seeing one another. I didn't know how to react. I was so ashamed. I've learned throughout the years that the most important part of a person is their heart and soul. Although it's not healthy to be obese, some of us cannot help it. I see that your post is a bit old...how have you been doing? I am scared about the meds part, if I am put on those first but of my readings, it seems I may need to have surgery. I have 5 nodules ... 3 on one side and 2 on the other. I'll pray for you if you pray for me! Hang in there and always know that God's got your back. I've been through many surgeries....this is just another hurtle I have to over come and ppl will either like/love me for my insides or they won't. In any case, it can't hurt me. I love myself! Be strong my young friend. :-)

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Hi everyone,

I was diagnosed with Graves Disease back in 2000...had the RAI...went hypothyroid and then commenced with Synthroid. I found out I had Graves because I was GAINING weight, and the other common symptoms. I also was getting very agitated with my family, mainly my two year old. Yup, I knew something was wrong when that started happening. The weight gain is extremely annoying, so I feel all of your pain. People look at you starnge when you tell them your hyperthyroid and gaining weight. You can see it in their eyes that they really don't believe you. Then you start to question yourself..am I eating too much, etc? Dont beat yourself up! twelve years later and this is the second time that I have had too much synthroid...I have gained 25 pounds, exercise quite a bit and eat a low carb diet. I have to say the low carb diet is the best thing I have found in all these years. I was a Weight Watcher girl for years! However, low carbing it will cut your cravings and keep your weight from getting any higher...at least until your thyroid stabilizes. I know it feels helpless, I really do. But, your thyroid will stabilize with the correct dosage of synthetic thyroid hormone. If you have been diagnosed with Graves please go see an Endocrinologist! They are the experts...however they are not all created equal! I have had a few over the years, and some don't have a very good bedside manner...you want one that BELIEVES your symptoms. If they hand you a line of crap and tell you that those symptoms are probably something else....go see someone else! Good luck to all of you! Pray and see and Endo

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I am so glad that I decided to google "hyperthyroidism and weight gain" I found relief when I saw your post. When I first got diagnosed in 2010 I had just given birth and lost 50lbs in 2 months, sweating all the time, heart racing, dr's thought that I was manic-depressive then I had anxiety.Finally got diagnosed 8 months later. Since then I have been doing the methimazole thing which is not working every month the blood test are up and down. I have been asking myself the same questions "why am I getting fatter!". I feel the same way with this condition I should be a rail not nearing 230lbs!!! I am scheduled to have RAI treatment on 8/6 hopefully it helps! although I am late on my period and I am hoping that it's because the hormones are screwed up!

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I am so glad that i decided to look up hypertyhyoidism and weight gain myself. I am 42 yrs. old and will be 43 this Oct. and have never been over 165lbs. Just this year (2012) i was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and was put on methimazole. it has been increased over time to 15 milligrams. During that time i have put on almost 30 lbs and have gone through some really tough times. I am bipolar and have been a bulemic for the last 28 yrs. i haven't practiced the bulemia in over 18 years. i have been on a lot of psych meds over the years and have never gained this much weight. It really bothers me to know that i can no longer fit any of the jeans that i have.I am hoping that talking to my thyroid specialist and psychiatrist wil help. hope that others with the throid problem and weight gain can find the help too.

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Hi there! I understand your pain. Ive been diagnosed for about four months now and unfortunately the methemazole was not working for me. I am on propylthiouracil. I take 400 milligrams daily which is a very high dose and a very dangerous medicine. I am experiencing extreme numbness of my lower extremities and i get so dang afraid im not gonna make it. I have experienced every and any symptom that this animal has to offer and quite frankly im tired. My condition has been linked back to a chemical exposure. I am gonna have surgery in a couple of weeks and although i have not gained much weight, but actuall loss 10lbs i was told that once my thyroid is removed the potential for me to gain up to 60lbs is possible. I am only 5ft 41/2 inches imagine that from 165 to 225. Ive only begun to be depressed. Hold your head up there has to be a better way. Or maybe you have been misdiagnosed. Maybe you have hypothyroidism.

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It looks like no one ever really found the answer to losing weight with a thyroid that is just "out of wack". When I hit 21, I started gaining weight going from a 9 to a 13/14 that year. Everyone said it was because I was a "party girl", but as much as I was on the dance floor and spending time in the gym, I couldn't see it. I was tested and my thyroid was "normal low".

When I hit 23 and about 35 pounds wearing 16/18, the clubbing for the most part was gone. I was in a relationship, rented a house, and was Ms. Martha Stewart with home decor. I had a secretarial job in a fertility clinic where the doctors and nurses picked up that I was crashing the same time every day and I would be running to the cafeteria every day for a tall coffee to make it through. Long story short, they took a blood test and I was no longer within normal limits. They prescribed synthroid. In the first month I lost 20 pounds, but my blood pressure was through the roof. So essentially my choices were to deal with the weight gain, or start popping pills to manage the side effects of the synthroid.

Friends in NYC took me to an herbalist in Chinatown who introduced me to Kelp. Sushi, seaweed salad, and soups made with Kelp became regular in my diet that brought my weight down and made it manageable although I was still a size 14.

When I moved outside the NYC area I took Kelp supplements, exercised an hour in the morning with cardio/weights, and swam laps at the local gym for an hour after work 4-5 times a week. This helped me maintain my weight, I never lost.

When the gym closed down and I started working longer hours behind a desk, I started gaining weight again. I gained about 35 pounds a year from 1998 until 2001 when I tipped the scale wearing a size 22 at 285 pounds. After 9/11, I went to weight watchers and stuck on program for 4 years, re-instituted my rigorous exercise program and started losing weight. By 2004, my hubby filed for divorce claiming I was "too thin". I was back down to a size 12, 170 pounds and looking amazing. (I am 5' 9" and target weight is no less than 150 or I look like I am sick).

I changed my life, I changed careers and moved into upper management. I started putting on weight again and decided to return to weight watchers at size 18 and 230 pounds. I wound up losing 35 pounds, implemented a new exercise program and all was good.

Some big things happened in 2010 that threw a monkey wrench into my weight loss efforts. First, I was laid up for about 6 months with plantar fascitis. Every time I walk extensively, get on a treadmill, or even the elliptical I own, I wind up with a pronounced limp and in some cases I am laid up for 3-4 days barely able to hobble to the bathroom or kitchen. It really sucks! I also started traveling for my job so exercise was not as regular or as long as I needed just to maintain. The biggest thing that screwed me all up was that Weight Watchers changed their program. I followed it to the letter and continued to gain weight. I started counting fruits/veggies as you did with the old system as well as managing and tracking calories. Even with that effort reducing caloric intake to 1500 a day without exercise and adding 50% of the calories burned for extra lean proteins on top of the 15000 calories a day I lost weight at the rate of 1/10 of a pound or maybe 2/10 if I was lucky. I was always hungry and I started getting fatigued.

I tried weight watchers again under the new program for 6 weeks, and all they said was "you must be weighing your food wrong or taking extra bites and not writing it down" when I gained consistently for a total of 10 pounds. That's when I gave up on the program. The only difference is that I can not exercise insanely like I used to.

SO I lose my job in a layoff October 2011 and I lose my insurance. In the meantime, I know my thyroid is getting funky again because my skin in really dry and I go through moisturizing cream like crazy. I drink the equivalent of 10 8 ounce glasses of water. I have not been tracking everything I eat like the food police and since Thanksgiving 2011, I gained 56 pounds. I am wearing a size 22 and not happy.

I am also getting the first signs of menopause so let's add that to the weight loss challenge.

I really get how the depression sets in. I never had issues with depression, but I find myself started to fall into a funk over this and beating myself up for not finding another job, not being able to lose weight, not being able to keep off the weight I lost yadda yadda.

I did go back to college at age 44 and will be graduating at the end of next summer at age 46. What I would really like is to be able to drop 25-30 pounds before I graduate but I feel like the hamster on the wheel running and getting nowhere with it.

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this is all the probs i have i just recived RAI the docs are trying to get me down to a levell to take tyroxed once a day it did not matter what way my throid went i gained the weight please help what now will happen to me has any one had this done with good results and lost weight gone back to normal or will i ever be normal again

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I just found this discussion group. I found out that I had a hyper thyroid about 2 yrs ago. My endocrinologist said my levels are not sever enough to take the medication, but I do have most of the symptoms. Like some of you, I thought my body was backwards because I was gaining weight. The sleeping all the time, mood swings, but the worse for me is the weight gain 40 lbs so far! What have you found to help lose weight?

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I just want you to know that even if you have your thyroid removed it doesn't get much easier. I have been heavy most of my life with only a couple times that I was thin (almost starving myself). I was diagnosed years ago (12 or more) and I have been up in weight more than down. I had 2 oblations to kill my thyroid and lost weight then, but now my body is out of wack because it doesn't have a thyroid. I take levothyroxin (not sure if that's correct, but you know what I mean) and the doses go up and down as well. It seems like this battle is never ending and I will never win. I have been working our for well over a year now, lost some weight and gained it back. I've tried diet pills, DON'T WORK! It's really tough to live with, you just have to accept that you are imperfectly perfect, love yourself no matter what and keep living on. Be strong sister, you will be just fine!

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When I read your story it was like I was reading my own. I have people call me a fat ass and my marriage is suffering because of my weight. My husband does not have a problem with it he says, but every now and then he makes little comments. I have gained about 40 pounds in the last 6 months. I am on the same medicine that you are on. I drink water there are times I barely eat because I am afraid I am going to gain a ton of weight. Everything I read about Hyperthyroidism says you have weight loss, which confused me because all I do is gain weight. I was somewhat a relief when I read your story and seen I am not alone. I am to the point I dont want to leave my house, go on my daughters field trips because I am afraid I will embarrassed her. I am having my Thyroid out in two weeks. I was wondering if having yours out changed anything? I have thought about having tummy tucks, gastric bypass and other weight loss surgeries. I know now of that will work ill just end up back where I am at right now, but I hate being this fat I can barely look in the mirror. I have talked to my doctor and he has given me weight loss medicine to look over and most of it is appetite suppressant, the problem with over eating.Just know you are not alone I feel the same way.

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Hi.. I hate to read this thread and know how many very young women are going through this. I am 43 and was diagnosed with Graves around three years ago. Currently on Methamazole, Metapropol, and low dose aspirin after a short stay in an ICU due to my very rapid heart rate turning to an arythmic heart beat, I'm fine though. I had quit taking my meds before that.... Cause honestly, I love being skinny and energetic....even with the shaking and panic attacks....I absolutely loved being on the hyper side. I figured that I probably started developing this thyroid thing in my late 20's....because I worked out HARD back then...ran three miles, weight training for 45-60 mins, five mile bike ride....DAILY.... And ate almost NOTHING, dry tuna, lettuce, brown rice....plain oatmeal....and still, over seven ish years went from 5'5, 135lbs to a maximum high of 201lbs.....consulted with my total d*** of a personal physician who would basically laugh in my face and tell me I needed to diet or excersise more.....until, of course, I lost 60 lbs in four months....which was absolutely horrible and terrifying.....but then this man sends me to an endo that was possibly even more of a d***. Guy doesn't talk to me, he talks to a recorder, any question I asked is answered like he's responding to an annoying toddler, he explains NOTHING about my disease or medications....tells me I'll feel more "rational" when the medications start to work. Well they make me feel old., tired, slow in thought, not energetic, and generally depressed. So I quit taking them and ended up in the hospital.....maybe I really am sick....dang it. But now I'm back on them and feeling crappy....have gained a bit already....I'm dreading getting back up to 200lbs but my heart is still too messed up to intensely work out (79 bpmand steady yay). But I completely sympathize with everyone and would love to know if anyone found any way to stop the gain aspect....I know traditional logic does not work for those of us with this issue...been there, done that. I don't want to lose weight, I just don't want to gain...nor do I have the youth to work out and subsistence diet like I used to.....also, what the hell do I do about the depression?? My regular doctor doesn't want to prescribe anything that might interfere with the thyroid/heart meds...my new awesome endo doesn't want to prescribe something she feels my reg doc should handle.....REALLY??? I just want to feel better dang it....haven't I felt "out of it" enough in my life yet??

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I am a 21 year old medical student with hyperthyroidism. I found out late last year when my friend was staring at me; she noticed the swelling on my neck and we wondered what it was. As a medical student you try to diagnose yourself first and all the symptoms fit. Tremor, excessive sweating, heat intolerance... So I decided to visit the ENT specialist, he ordered a blood test and of course increased T3,T4 levels and decreased TSH levels. He started me on 40mg of propanolol 3 times daily, 20mg of carbimazole(which he later reduced to 15mg) once a day and thera-m po tablets. I have been on this for about 10 months now. the tremor is gone, I dont sweat as much but then i have been gaining a lot of annoying weight, i had acne breakout on my face, chest and arms and i have been having terrible painful muscle weakness. Am trying to lose weight but I cant work out because I get painful muscle pulls that last days. It is so frustrating and depressing. Diet isn't working either and people keep talking about my weight gain and i cant explain to everyone why. What on earth do I do pleeeeeease?

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I am so sorry all of you are going through this! I was diagnosed with Graves about 8 years ago and have gone through so many issues. I wish I could tell you it gets better but it really doesn't. You do need to find a caring endro, someone that will listen to you for sure! I have gained a total of 120 lbs since my diagnosis, I have severe sleep apnea, depression, aches and pains all over, it's hard for me to walk 20 feet without me being out of breath and hurting! This disease really sucks! I am taking Synthroid (Levothyroxine) and Cytomel which helps somewhat. As I've been reading these post I have not seen anyone else taking the Cytomel, this made a huge difference in my "crazy" feelings and thoughts! Maybe suggest this to your doctor and hopefully it will help someone out there feel a little better. I am also menopausal which totally adds to my ups and downs. For those of you that have husbands that are not supportive try to get them to read up on the disease as to how it effects all who have it and if that doesn't help I say leave them! I am one of the lucky ones with a very supportive husband, he has gone through a lot with this disease but he has also looked into it as well so he is more understanding. For myself I am looking into having weight surgery ( by-pass or a sleeve) because I have had enough of the pain and embarrassment of being fat. I never had a weight issue until the graves. I was always thin. Good Luck to you all!

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I dont know if you heard of a company called it works but they have a supplement called Confianzia. It helps level out your mod. So if your feeling crazy it makes you feel calm. It is herbal and all natural. I dont sell it, but I have used it n fact I just gave my last bottle to my daughters friend. I know it sounds like im promoting but the suff really does help. I was put on xanex for anxiety and i started taking the confinazia and that worked so much better. It stopped my mind from racing thoughts and relaxed me with out making me feel sleepy which was a big thing to me since i have an 8 year old daughter. Heres a web site www.myitworks.com you can order through them or they can help you find a distributor close to you. They might be able to get a sample from a distributor. so you can see if it works for you.

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I am so glad that I found this! Last night I randomly wondered if gaining weight and having hyperthyroid was a thing or a symptom. I was discharged from the Army for being overweight twice within one a year and it has been a humiliating secret that really weighs me down. I went from a size 2, thin and muscular soldier, to a size 11 within a few months after having knee surgery. I wasn't able to work out while my leg was in a brace but I cut my intake in half. I felt like I was starving but I kept putting on weight and everyone kept telling me it was diet! When I got blood work done to check for thyroid issues, it came back hyperthyroid and the doctor's told me there was no reason for my weight gain except for poor diet since I should be losing weight with hyper. I ended up hurting my knee and building up massive scar tissue because I started working out twice a day, taking prescription diet pills and hardly eating, in an attempt to get back into Army standards. During this time I started sweating so badly that my uniform would be drenched and dripping out of my sleeves within 30min of putting it on. I would wake up with my hair wet, like I had just showered. This was also the second time within a year that my thyroid had come back as hyper. When I saw a specialist, he told me "some people just sweat a lot and it's normal for them." He also told me that if this was a recent symptom, it was probably because I was fat now. When he reviewed my blood work he told me that my thyroid issue was cyclical and could be Hashimoto's disease, but that would be rare. Hashimoto's and Lupus runs in the family but he still told me that there was nothing wrong and I just needed to go on a diet. For years, I have been ashamed of myself, thinking I ruined my Army career because I had no self control and couldn't control my weight! I have busted my butt and have gotten back down to a size 8 but I have never been able to get slim again and the sweating profusely comes and goes every 6months or so, along with massive hair loss. I don't know how my symptoms were dismissed for me just being fat!

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It is so sadly comforting to see others here on this rare percentage of people with hyperthyroidism and weight gain. I went undiagnosed for decades until my thyroid went crazy spurring on my liver function levels to go crazy high too. After many years and tests, I found an Endo that diagnosed me with Graves disease but I am in the rare 10% due to weight gain. I even passed on the notion of graves due to my weight loss resistance. My vision has been declining rapidly. I am currently on bed rest awaiting RAI-131 treatment. I am on propranolol to keep my organs from racing. My Endo told me, after the RAI, I will gain weight at first(on top my already gained weight since bedrest) he said until treatment, I am in danger due to my as access atate of graves. He said the extreme exercising was killing me. I was on a body builders cutting diet and was still 35 pounds over weight. Nothing worked. My sister had the same thing and I suspect my mother aunts and grandmother had this too but due to the weight gain, they were ignored back then as I was for 35 years. Sudden stress brings this disease to an aggressive level. My pre teen daughters heart failed. This did put me into a downward spiral unable to handle stress it most physical activities. I wasn't able to run to save my life. I was running daily before all of this. My calcium levels are high and have been for over a year now..precursor to cancer. So here I am, laying in bed, gaining even more weight, deciding whether RAI-131 or a thyroidextomy for my treatment. RAI has been know to ruin already troubled eyesight but my Endo says none of his patients have had this. I worry about my rare 10% condition and wonder if it will make a difference. I hear people with compromised organs from graves such as the heart can die during thyroidectomy surgery. I don't know what to do but I do know I am dying and will die soon is I don't make a move very soon and have even been told this by my Endo. A site with other in the similar boat is a sad but comforting. I am hoping for advice and opinions here. I am hopeful all of you are well and have tons of great input on how to deal with this. Thank you!

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First I want thank everyone for sharing I felt extremely alone and frustrated. At least don't feel alone anymore. I was diagnosed with Graves in October of 2014 after a thyroid storm put me in the hospital for a week. Since then I've been on methemizol and metropellol. I have done nothing but gain weight. I work out I eat properly. I don't drink excessively. I've cut back on my carbs and still the constant weight gain. It's demoralizing. Worse while my endocronologist is a nice person she doesn't see the problem she is so happy my levels are ok she says I just need to join weight watchers. Meanwhile my general practitioner says I need to lose weight by diet and exercise. I am to the point where I just want to quit my medicine monitor my heart rate which when I excersize gets to 180 and I know is dangerous but am to the point of not caring. If anyone has any suggestions I would be greatful. If not that's ok reading this thread made me feel slightly better. I wish luck and support to all who are reading this and are going through the same things.

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I am also suffering from same . i have started to take - kanchnara guggul ; which has no side effects . and many types of herbal medicines like - moringa oliefera. And others name i dont know .i walk for on hour in morning. And also 50 mcg thyrox . from last 2 months . before two months i felt problem in sleeping . body pain etc . my weight was145 lbs . i dont know it has reduced or not . there are also many types of asanas or yogic activities which can relieve our thyrodic functions which you can watch in samara chopra video or baba ramdevs yoga. Because there is one aunty in my neighbour who has reduced a lot of weight by doing many easy yogic asnas . and she in not taking any medicines now. She also does meditation by chanting the mantra " om huummm namah". This is in sanskrit language.. I think that if my endocrine system will work in correct manner then i will be able to reduce my weight.

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Hi my name is sunny n i m 27 years old 3 month ago i noticed that i have a small but noticable lumb on my neck i was pregnant with last month so i went to gp n they send me to endo there i examin by a endo n she referd me for altrasound of my neck during this time i gave a birth of baby boy n after 10 days of birth i went for scan n after scan scaner specilist told me its a non toxic goitre ur thyroid is normal u need not to worry, n she said its can b bigger in future but there is no treatment of this untill i have breathing n swaloing problem, i thought i should go to gp so i went to gp n gp said i dont know abt thyroid so i gona write a letter to endo n she gona see u soon i came back home n waiting of that letter abt 4 weeks now but there is still no letter, i m trying to lose weight but i lost only 2 kg in two weeks after having 1200 celories diet plan. Its been 4 days i m having swalloing problem specialy at morning n night its too bad even my ears hurts from it alot i call the gp n she said i wrote a letter but there is no ans, i m toot much worried but doc taking it for granted after knowing its just a goitre, as an uk citizen its u will b treated very good only when u r pregnant n when u have cancer otherwise doc just wait n watch how u react towards them aggressively so they start something for ur cure, i want to ask what should i do? I even dont know why i cant sleep all the night, gaining weight n pain during swallowing n i look so diff with goitre, is there any medicine for me? Is anyone have or had non toxic goitre n treatment ? Tell me the way i should deal with it plz plz plz anyone

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Hi my name is sunny n i m 27 years old 3 month ago i noticed that i have a small but noticable lumb on my neck i was pregnant with last month so i went to gp n they send me to endo there i examin by a endo n she referd me for altrasound of my neck during this time i gave a birth of baby boy n after 10 days of birth i went for scan n after scan scaner specilist told me its a non toxic goitre ur thyroid is normal u need not to worry, n she said its can b bigger in future but there is no treatment of this untill i have breathing n swaloing problem, i thought i should go to gp so i went to gp n gp said i dont know abt thyroid so i gona write a letter to endo n she gona see u soon i came back home n waiting of that letter abt 4 weeks now but there is still no letter, i m trying to lose weight but i lost only 2 kg in two weeks after having 1200 celories diet plan. Its been 4 days i m having swalloing problem specialy at morning n night its too bad even my ears hurts from it alot i call the gp n she said i wrote a letter but there is no ans, i m toot much worried but doc taking it for granted after knowing its just a goitre, as an uk citizen its u will b treated very good only when u r pregnant n when u have cancer otherwise doc just wait n watch how u react towards them aggressively so they start something for ur cure, i want to ask what should i do? I even dont know why i cant sleep all the night, gaining weight n pain during swallowing n i look so diff with goitre, is there any medicine for me? Is anyone have or had non toxic goitre n treatment ? Tell me the way i should deal with it plz plz plz anyone

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