Hyperthyroid and nausea?

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I have had low TSH throughout the past year and am pretty sure I am hyperthyroid but have never been diagnosed (planning on seeing an endocrinologist soon). Is nausea an associated symptom of hyperthyroid? I often get waves of nausea and feel like I need to vomit, but not sure if it is because of my thyroid or something else. Please let me know if this is normal with a hyperactive thyroid condition!

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    I don't know if nausea if possible but I would think it would be.  What was your TSH?  Also how come you know your TSH value but not your other thyroid values?
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      Each lab has a range for normal beside all of their tests.  A lot of labs in North America have a normal range of 0.30 to 3.60, others have a range of 0.70 to 5.00.  At 0.33 it is not too much hyper.  You need to post the ranges for your lab.
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      So your TSH shows you are slightly hyperactive.  Usually when testing thyroid hyperactivity, Free T3 and Free T4 are also tested.  In my case, the first month my TSH was fine but my other two were out of whack and one month later, they were all hyperactive.
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    I had nausea. Also high calcuim levels too. Got my surgery with Dr Norman and the drs. Very excellent team. Check out their video ,if you get a chance. Go to Dr James Norman Tampa,Florida, Glad I went. They make you feel at home Maria
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