I am currently hypo, meds are messed up again, but the cold air is a welcome treat.So, yes, I am somewhat relieved to know there are people who share my pain. Moreover, though Im Hypo, I have an intolorance to heat not cold. In fact, I'm sitting here next the the open door, typing. I can just be standing, doing nothing and start sweating. (pls excuse the spelling...) Hi Cris, Yes, I have been experiencing this very embarrassing problem since I had my thyroid removed.A pregnant woman’s thyroid hormones are vital not only for her but also for the development of her baby.Pregnant women with uncontrolled hypothyroidism can get high blood pressure, anemia (low red blood cell count), and muscle pain and weakness.Avoiding dietary extremes will ensure thyroid health.
I have never had a problem with sweating before in my life. Well, they don't have to work in that department, so I keep it as cold as the a/c will allow.However, the symptoms can be overlooked because some mimic the hormonal changes of a normal pregnancy, such as tiredness and weight gain.If left untreated, maternal hypothyroidism poses a risk for both mother and baby.I am hypothyroid but seem to have symptoms of both hyper and hypo. Sometimes I want to jump into the deep freezer just to cool off.I have tests done and it's not menopause or adrenal issues. My only coworker wears long sleeves and a long sleeve lab coat to keep warm.The thyroid makes the hormones T3 and T4, which control metabolism—how your body uses and stores energy.