You should contact your doctor or hospital. If you can try to contact different ones. Sometimes if you ask a general question the doctors will answer you even if they are not your appointed doctors. With several professional opinions you should feel more comfortable that you are getting the necessary tests.
You should be checked for hypothyroidism.
Have your thyroid levels checked. Cold sensitivity and ED are common symptoms of hypothyroidism.
It might just be hormones but always have these things checked out.
That depends - usually a TSH (thyroid) and vitamin D are checked. Others can be checked if special circumstances make them likely.
Weight gain is a symptom of hypothyroid (underactive thyroid), however, if you do not have hypothyroidism you should not use thyroid hormones to speed up your metabolism. This will cause hyperthyroid and have serious side effects which could lead to death. If you suspect you are overweight because of an underactive thyroid you need to ask your doctor to have your tsh levels checked AND your free t3, free t4 checked. If you want to support your thyroid naturally you could try incorporating more iodine and selenium rich foods into your diet. These minerals are needed for your thyroid to produce the thyroid hormones.
Sounds like your hormones needs to be checked, This is not healthy for you. See a doctor.
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It is very important. if not checked, slums can develop and there will be many diseases. Hygienic
you shall get your heart checked first ... important things come first such as your life.
Generally, no. Breast milk is the result of hormones after a baby is born. I suggest this is some other condition and should be checked out.
It is very important for women past menopause to be checked for osteoporosis. Menopause occurs before age 60 in most women, and heralds the beginning of a steady decline in bone density.
Yes, it is important to have the bump on your neck checked by a doctor.
No. If there is no chance of pregnancy, then it could be a sign of a problem involving hormones, weight, or stress levels and should be checked out by a doctor.
breast cancer is a very common cancer, so it is important to have your breasts checked for lumps that may be the beginnings of a tumor
deforestation should be checked because the trees are important for removal of carbon(iv)oxide which causes global warming. so that the trees can be available all the time
You must see your doctor - your doctor can do a physical check plus a blood test can tell. Common symptoms include unexplained fatigue, intolerance to cold, poor appetite, constipation, coarse hair and skin, weight gain/retention, and depression. The condition is often misdiagnosed because of the fact that these symptoms are very common as separate conditions. However hypothyroidism is a fairly common condition and TSH levels should be checked if classic symptoms are present.
Bad doesn't apply, everyone is different. You still have some growing to do and that will probably include your penis. I would however see a doctor and have your hormones checked to make sure you are developing as you should. There may be other things that need to be checked besides the size of your penis.
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You should go to the doctor even if it doesn't hurt. It's important to get it checked out.
Judicial review is important because laws passed need to be checked to make sure they are constitutional. This review is performed by members of the Supreme Court
No. The queen can't be "checked", only the king can be checked.
Possibly a hormone imbalance. It can do weird things!! I used to have periods twice a month, and then a went on birth control to make my hormones more steady. If you are still young and have only just started you periods, it is nothing to worry about and is normal as your hormones are still regulating. If you have had regular periods in the past, it is important to go and see your doctor or gynaecologist. The chances are that it is nothing serious, but it's best to get checked out sooner rather than later. If you have never had regular periods, but have been having periods for a couple of years, it's also important to go and speak to your doctor, for the same reasons.
If you are still young and have only just started you periods, it is nothing to worry about and is normal as your hormones are still regulating. If you have had regular periods in the past, it is important to go and see your doctor or gynaecologist. The chances are that it is nothing serious, but it's best to get checked out sooner rather than later. If you have never had regular periods, but have been having periods for a couple of years, it's also important to go and speak to your doctor, for the same reasons.
If you suspect something, get them checked. If you get vibration while applying the brakes, get them checked. If you get grinding noise from the brakes, get them checked.
Not definitely, but it is important that you go to the hospital to get checked out