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 Can an underactive thyroid cause migraine headaches?

Answer A symptom of hypothyroidism is a migraine, according to Health911.com. Hypothyroidism is a medical condition in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormone. Hypothyroidism is ea... Read More »
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Does an underactive thyroid cause nail fungus?

On One Hand: Hypothyroidism Not Linked to FungusHypothyroidism, which occurs when the thyroid gland is under-active, does not lead to fungal infection of the nail. However, hypothyroidism may cause... Read More »
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Can depression cause migraine headaches?

Depression can certainly cause migraine headaches. Aches and pains that don't go away with treatment are common for people going through depression, and other symptoms of depression, such as not be... Read More »
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Why does caffeine cause migraine headaches?

Caffeine is a popular stimulant that in addition to affecting the central nervous system and increasing alertness, it causes vascular blood vessels to constrict. Migraines are headaches caused by v... Read More »
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For those who are taking thyroid medication for an underactive thyroid what strength of medication are you on?

I'm om Armour thyroid and take 180 mg's. I've been on this dose for 4 years now. You'll get on the correct dose quicker if you always test first thing in the morning. Your med is in mcg's, so you... Read More »
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