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Old 09-22-2003, 02:32 PM   #1
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Question Weather changes and Hypo-T symptoms?

Hi All,
Has anyone noticed that when the weather (ie: hi/lo pressure systems, rain, etc) changes your symptoms are worse? I just started noticing that when it rains (since snow has not started yet) my symptoms seem to get worse. I notice increased throat pressure, fatigue, cold intolerance, etc. Have also started getting ringing in my ears. This may have nothing to do with Hypo, but thought I'd pose the question.
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Old 09-22-2003, 04:45 PM   #2
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yes yes yes....I feel the same thing...when it gets cloudy and rainy I ache and my throat feels fuller!!!
I need to move to vegas!!!
I also have the ringing in my ears...it was one of my frist symptoms and I have even lost a little hearing in one ear from it....at frist I thought it was because of the planes ( I work for an airline) But then found out it was from the thyroid.
Hope your feeling better.
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Old 09-22-2003, 04:59 PM   #3
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My symptoms are worse in the heat and humidity. It has been cooling down here and I have been feeling a little better.
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I'm still adjusting to dosage changes so it's hard for me to tell what triggers the symptoms. I have ringing ib the ears too. I didn't realize that could be from the thyroid thing. What causes that anyway?
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yup, i definately feel worse (cold intolerance, sleepiness/stunned feeling) when the weather's bad, and esp. when my thyroid is a bit wonky, and yup, tinnitis is one of the signs of hypo ... and now that autumn is here, it's REALLY annoying ...

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Old 09-22-2003, 11:02 PM   #6
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Jinglebts, It's autumn? You mean I missed summer again? Okay, seriously when we were back east and it was so humid and the weather was doing serious hurricane stuff, I was dragging bad, feet and legs swelled up(which they haven't in a long time). The humid heat really does suck the life out of me. Ear ringing was worse. I was the "Great Pretender" though, so most people didn't know. Don't want to be a wet blanket, when it's that humid. Walked for many miles which I'm not used to, so I probably deserved to be tired. One weird thing I noticed is broke alot of surface blood vessels in my lower legs and now they look kind of like bruising. Has anyone ever had that. I don't have varicose veins or anything. Getting old is such a bummer. LOL IWL

 
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