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Date: 10 Apr 2009   Posted By: Ajay     Group: Doctors    Category: Homeopathy   

What is the symptom of Thyoride ?

I am too much tired after a little work. I feel burning in my neck when spicy vegetables are fried in kitchen or when I eat salad with chat masala.I feel myself dull and sleepy. My age is 40 . Every one says I have thyorid. Is it true?

What is the remedy of above symptom/ disese. Please prescribe me.

Thank you

Author: Latha Jayaprakash    10 Apr 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

Dear Ajay,

Have you seen any doctor before to think that you might have Thyroid disorders.

It us dangerous for you to take over the counter medicines without proper diagnosis.
You have to have the necessary tests done and then only you can take the medicines if it is Thyroid.
Yours may be a simple case of indigestion or heartburn or something like that.

I can also give you link for the site where you can see all about Thyroid problems and the symptoms concerned with it.

you can see the Homeo medicines and the way this can be treated by Homeopathy
in the below mentioned sites.

So without consulting physicians do not decide on anything. All the best

Author: Vivek Sharma    11 Apr 2009      Member Level: Silver     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

The function of the thyroid gland is to regulates and controls the speed of the body's metabolism converting the food into usable energy.
And any problem in thyroid will lead to lack of energy in the body.
Common symptoms of thyroid disorder are weakness,weight gain,depression, nervousness,disturbed menstural periods in women and lower immunity.
Low sodium diet and diet in high sugar can be the cause of thyroid problem.
Vitamin Bcomplex especially B6 and B12 helps a lot in improving
thyroid disorder.


Author: m.v. subba raju    11 Apr 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

Hi friend,

The main symptoms of thyroid are over weight, rough skin, hair fall. Whether you have lost your weight or gained your weight recently? If so, then you must get the tests done which will give you clear picture of thyroid. If you go for blood test (T3,T4, TSH) then you can know whether you are a thyroid patient or not ? But I too recommend you to consult a Endocrinologist and then go for blood test and take the medicine as per the doctors advice. Don't take your own medicines.

Subba Raju, MV
Editor, ISC

Author: Dr Sachine (Eye Retina Surgeon)    11 Apr 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

Thyroid diseases can have many symptoms affecting almost every system of body. These can present as -
1. Hyperthyroidism\
2. Hypothyroidism

Read these resources -



Thyroid disease

Author: E Mangala    12 Apr 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 2  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 2

The thyroid gland is one of the largest endocrine glands in the human body. The function of the thyroid gland is to produce the hormones thyroxine, triiodothyronine and calcitonin.

If it is overfunctioning all these 3 hormones are produced in large quantities and this condition is called Hyperthyroidism.

If it is underfunctioning all these 3 hormones are produced in very small quantities and this condition is called Hypothyroidism.

Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

1. Fatigue
2. Depression
3. Difficulty in concentrating
4. unexplained or excessive weight gain
5. Itchy skin
6. Thinning hair
7. Feeling cold, especially in the extremities
8. Constipation
9. Muscle cramps
10.Increased menstrual flow

Symptoms of Hyperthryodisim

1. Nervousness
2. Irritability
3. Increased perspiration
4. Muscular weakness
5. Insomnia
6. Weight loss despite a good appetite
7. Less frequent menstrual periods

For more information, see the following link:

Author: Nithya Krishna    12 May 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 0    Voting Score: 0

There are many symptoms of thyroid.
Refer the following link for thyroid causes and remedies
The following link gives different symptoms of thyroid in different ages

Author: Deepakkumar Devarajan    12 May 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

Thyroid Problems Symptoms
Hypothyroidism Symptoms

Symptoms of hypothyroidism in infants can include:


2.Poor feeding

3.Poor growth

4.Jaundice (yellow discoloration of the skin and eyes)

5.Excessive tiredness

Symptoms of hypothyroidism in children include:

1.Similar to adult symptoms

2.Excessive fatigue

3.Poor growth

4.Poor school performance

Symptoms of hypothyroidism in adults include:

Early symptoms

1.Easy fatigue, exhaustion

2.Poor tolerance to cold temperatures


4.Carpal tunnel syndrome (pain at the wrists and numbness of the hands)

Later symptoms

Poor appetite

Weight gain

Dry skin

Hair loss

Intellectual ability worsens

Deeper, hoarse voice

Puffiness around the eyes


Irregular menstrual periods or lack of menstrual periods
Hyperthyroidism Symptoms

Symptoms of hyperthyroidism in children include:

Similar to adult symptoms

Declining school performance

Behavior problems
Symptoms of hyperthyroidism in adults include:


Hand tremors


Feeling excessively hot in normal or cold temperatures

Frequent bowel movements

Losing weight despite normal or increased appetite

Excessive sweating

Menstrual period becomes scant, or ceases altogether

Joint pains

Difficulty concentrating

Eyes seem to be enlarging
Symptoms of hyperthyroidism in the elderly may cause:

Worsening of angina (chest pain) in persons with heart disease

Worsening of shortness of breath in persons with heart failure

Muscle weakness, especially in the shoulders and thighs

Author: Valarmathi Arunachalam    13 May 2009      Member Level: Silver     Points : 1    Voting Score: 0


The best way to self diagnose Hypothyroidism is unusual gain of weight despite poor eating habits and Hyperthyroidism is unusual loss of weight despite good eating habits. If this is noted please take the help of an endocrinologist.


Author: [Anonymous]    02 Jun 2009      Member Level: Bronze     Points : 0    Voting Score: 0

Fatigue and weakness • Low basal temperature ( cold intolerance) • Dry and coarse skin • Hair loss • Cold hands and feet • Weight gain • Insomnia • Constipation • Depression • Poor memory, forgetfulness, dementia • Nervousness and tremors • Immune system problems • Heavy menstrual periods

Author: Satguru    02 Jun 2009      Member Level: Bronze     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Thyroid disorders includes the 33 symptoms listed below:
Symptoms of hyperthyroidism:
Unexplained weight loss
Heat sensitivity
Increased perspiration
Thinning of your skin
Warm skin
Fine hair
Brittle hair
Thinning hair
Muscular weakness
Eye changes
Lighter menstrual flow
Decreased menstruation
Rapid heart beat
Hand tremors
Shaky hands
Eye changes
Weak leg muscles
Symptoms of hypothyroidism:
Vague symptoms
Thyroid deficiency
Cold sensitivity
Dry hair
Dry skin
Increased menstrual flow
Weight gain
more information...»
Research symptoms & diagnosis of Thyroid disorders:
Overview -- Thyroid disorders
Diagnostic Tests for Thyroid disorders
Home Diagnostic Testing
Complications -- Thyroid disorders
Doctors & Specialists
Misdiagnosis and Alternative Diagnoses
Hidden Causes of Thyroid disorders
Other Causes -- causes of these or similar symptoms
TopThyroid disorders: ComplicationsRead information about complications of Thyroid disorders.

Author: pinkysinha    08 Jun 2009      Member Level: Silver     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

ajay you don't have to bodher on the thought of the other people they speak very things,you don't listen them fristly you go for checkup if you have any doubt, clear your doubt.

The symptoms of Thyroid are
1: fatigue,
2: weight gain,
3: low motivation and ambition,
4:heat and/or cold intolerance,
5:headaches and migraines,
6:dry skin and hair,
8:anxiety and panic attacks,
9:hair loss,
10:fluid retention,
12:decreased memory and concentration,
13:unhealthy nails,
14:brittle nails,
15: constipation,
16:irritable bowel syndrome,
17:low sex drive,
20: asthma,
22:slow healing,
25:tunnel syndrome,you may have a thyroid disorder.


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Author: oindrila sen    09 Jun 2009      Member Level: Bronze     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

There are two main thyroid disorders:
Hyperthyroidism-excess secretion of thyroid glands whose main symptoms include:
insomnia,irritability,nervousness and unexplained weight loss.
There are several home tests available that you can do yourself at home.
Hypothyroidism-this is the most common form of thyroid happens when the thyroid gland can't produce sufficient thyroxin.The symptoms include:
sluggishness,tiredness,hoarseness,cold sensitivity,depression,forgetfulness,dry hair,dry skin,lump in the front of neck,constipation,reduced appetite.
There are several home tests available for this too.For more details see, and
Iwould recommend that after reading about the symptoms if you feel the need to take the tests please consult a doctor first to avoid anxiety.Don,t worry,thyroid can be kept in control if detected in time.

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