Weight Gain Hair Loss Exhaustion. These are just some of the most common complaints those who suffer with Hashimotos experience. Hair loss and weight gain may occur naturally as you age; however, they may also be signs of an undiagnosed condition.
Unexplained weight gain without a change in exercise or eating habits may be a signal that something is wrong. My hair loss is getting to be excessive lately, and the hairs seem to be falling out with the root intact (which I am pretty sure is only supposed to happen when the hair is pulled out). Frequently feeling cold - Low metabolism can make you feel sluggish and you may struggle to stay warm.
She was struggling with extreme fatigue, exhaustion and hair loss over the years. 'I was really tired and I was starting to get weight gain for no reason, and fluid retention and aching muscles. severe, day-long fatigue, loss of energy; everything feels sluggish (thinking, memory, movement, speech) unexplained weight gain, difficulty losing weight; depressed mood, apathy; joint and muscle pain, morning stiffness, headaches; dry skin, rough skin at elbows, brittle nails, yellowing of palms and soles Hypothyroidism may cause anything from fatigue to weight gain, muscle weakness to joint swelling.
Hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid condition) can cause weight gain, dry and flaky skin, thinning hair and eyebrows, and puffy eyes.
It caused me all sorts of problems - weight gain, oily skin, migraines. Weight gain - If you haven't been eating more or exercising less, yet find yourself gaining weight, an underactive thyroid may be suppressing your metabolism. Weight gain is a hallmark sign of Cushing's, but other symptoms include discolored stretch marks, acne, and fragile skin.