When men possess low thyroid hormone levels, meaning an underactive thyroid gland and low metabolism, men experience such symptoms as: Hair Loss, Fatigue, Dry Skin, Weight Gain, Constipation, Cold intolerance. Having an underactive thyroid gland, referred to as hypothyroidism, occurs with a considerably higher frequency (as many as 1 in 7 adults) than having an overactive thyroid or hyperthyroidism. In 2002, the Society of Endocrinologists announced that the standard testing ranges for thyroid hormone levels were inaccurate. As a result, hypothyroidism in men has been under diagnosed; men who were told that their thyroid hormone levels were normal may actually have been misinformed and misdiagnosed. To this day, many thyroid lab tests have not been corrected to test for the accurate range of thyroid hormone levels. Comparable to hypothyroidism, fibromyalgia causes similar symptoms in men. This chronic pain illness causes extreme muscle and joint pain and fatigue. While not completely understood, there seems to be a connection between the two diseases when considering that many men who have hypothyroidism have afterward been diagnosed with fibromyalgia. You can submit articles in our peer reviewed.
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