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Does low levels of digoxin cause high tsh?

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  • Answer: Tough question! Digoxin is a quirky drug. It has a very tight blood level of effectiveness between not working at all and being toxic. Additionally, blood levels can be affected by other drugs and conditions. For example, calcium levels and thyroid function can greatly affect the required dose of digoxin.
    I am afraid only your doctor can answer this question. Your doc is the only one who knows you well enough. However, the fact that your SVT is controlled is a good sign!
  • Answer: High insulin levels are usually caused by eating too much high glycemic carbohydrates, those carbohydrates that raise blood sugar rapidly. The body produces insulin to clear the blood of glucose. Also can be caused by high copper levels and high cortisol levels - can be from stress of the mind or body.
  • Answer: High Total Calcium - Hypercalcemia
    Two of the more common causes of hypercalcemia are:
    • Hyperparathyroidism, an increase in parathyroid gland function: This condition is usually caused by a benign tumor of the parathyroid gland. This form of hypercalcemia is usually mild and can be present for many years before being noticed.
    • Cancer: Cancer can cause hypercalcemia when it spreads to the bones and causes the release of calcium from the bone into the blood or when a cancer produces a hormone similar to PTH, resulting in increased calcium levels.

    Some other causes of hypercalcemia include:
    • Hyperthyroidism
    • Sarcoidosis
    • Tuberculosis
    • Prolonged immobilization
    • Excess Vitamin D intake
    • Kidney transplant

  • Answer: Eating too many bananas :)
  • Answer: there is an above average level of phosphorous
  • Answer: It can lead to dysrhythmia when Potassium gets high.When Magnesium is high you will
    be experiencing increased reflexibility. When Sodium is high , you will have Hypertension and kidney problems.
  • Answer: having a high salt intake
  • Answer: High FSH Reducing and improving Egg Quality Herbal Support used with a comprised of a balanced combination of herbs containing medicinal qualities that help improving egg quality and reducing High FSH levels.
    After two months of using this formula the FSH level tested in the blood on day three of the menstrual cycle was found to be reduced in hundreds of cases.
    The treatment by this herbal support is commended to increase the egg quality for naturally getting pregnant, or while going through IUI or IVF treatment.
    The treatment increases the blood supply around the ovary, warming it so it can produce fully ripened quality eggs.
  • Answer: you have high blood sugar... get that checked
  • Answer: Abnormal troponin T levels are generally the product of some form of heart damage (heart attack).
  • Answer: Could be something as simple as dehydration. Could be kidney problems. You need to get it checked out.
  • Answer: A platelet count that is too high may cause blood clots.
  • Answer: It can be from pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas). It can occur if your body does not metabolize the amylase that is normally excreted. It can also occur from trauma to the pancreas due to an injury or surgery. Diseases or surgery/injury to the salivary glands can cause it as well as some intestinal diseases. There are S-type isoamylases and P-type isoamylases which each have their own indications for a disease or inflammation. There are multiple other symptoms or indicators which must be taken into consideration when giving a diagnosis for elevated amylase levels.
  • Answer: Hypercalcemia, high amounts of calcium in the blood, has symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, bone pain, dementia, and weakness.

    Hypercalcemia is commonly caused by improper function of the parathyroid glands.