Chills is found among people with Thyroid cancer, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, take medication Nexavar and have Thyroid cancer. We study 13 people who have Chills and Thyroid cancer from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Thyroid cancer can be treated by Synthroid, Levothyroxine sodium, Levoxyl, Cytomel, Levothyroxine thyroid (latest reports from 4,459 Thyroid cancer patients)
Chills (felling of cold) has been reported by people with fever, weakness, ards (acute respiratory distress syndrome), pneumonia, hypotension (latest reports from 53,914 Chills patients).
On Aug, 24, 2016
13 people who have Thyroid Cancer and Chills are studied.
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I have previously been diagnosed with Hashimotos Thyroiditis approximately 2 1/2 years ago. My nodules were increasing in size and were growing inwards. They began pressing into my esophagus and trachea, so my Isthmus and right lobe of my thyroid was surgically removed. The pathology report came back as papillary carcinoma. I began taking 25 mg of Synthroid each day, but haven't yet noticed much of a difference in energy and other symptoms such as; losing hair, cold intolerance, I have noticed that my face is rapidly being covered in brown spots (Melasma). I'm becoming more concerned that it will continue to worsen. Does anybody have any recommendations? Thank you, Holly
Is there any treatment to heal Medullary Carcinoma IV stage (thyroid Cancer)?. How can we extend the life of a person who has above disease ? What are the highly recomendad treatment for the IVth stage Meduallary carcinoma cancer?
I have fibromyalgia and I suffer from rigors.. They are becoming more frequent and it kinda freaks me out, I almost can't move to get on warmer socks or another blanket. They say you should have a fever when you have rigors but I never have... Anyone else have this?
took Benadryl before bed to help me sleep. Still couldn't sleep and began felt nauseous, itchy skin, body pain and muscle cramps. Woke up got ready for work and took my Strattera and ate breakfast went to work. Symptoms worsened considerably within 30min and lead to vomiting, extreme cold sweats ...
I have previously been diagnosed with Hashimotos Thyroiditis approximately 2 1/2 years ago. My nodules were increasing in size and were growing inwards. They began pressing into my esophagus and trachea, so my Isthmus and right lobe of my thyroid was surgically removed. The pathology report came ...
Hi, I'm struggling a lot with shivering combined with sweats on Tamoxifen. Had lumpectomy early 2015, followed by radiation therapy. Then on Letrozole for a year, which gave me sweats and chills and bone pain. Now have been on Tamoxifen 6 months and have tried Clonidine, which makes the chills ...
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