sweaty head

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hello!! I was diagnosed with underactive thyroid last july and have been feeling ok, but lately im tired, dry hair and skin but the one i am particularly worried about is perfuse sweating on my head!!! Its so embarrassing, my hair gets soaking and i drip!!! anyone else have that problem?????

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    hi i to sweat on my head i have to wash my hair every other day and on my body but my skin will be cold to tuch, i also suffer with itchy dry skin, tired and no enorgy to do enything
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    Yep i also get the sweaty head but the weird thing for me is that even though ive been on medicine 200m for 3 years i still retain water in my bottom half of my legs and still get tierd after i eat ......

    anyone know why?????

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    Hello every one that has placed a advert about under active thyroid,i was told 2yrs ago thats what i had,i was 8st and when they found out i was 12st,its a horrible thing to have as you get deperresed lazy sleep most of the time,and my hair was thick and now its fallen out and thin,sweating from my head to my neck ,my hair soaking,now i am 125mg of thyroixin

    But i have been told there is a new tablet,in 1 case this man lost 2st in 3months its called aroumer thyroid,and doctors can give to you on nhs

    there is a great website tell you every thing about it and its called

    thyroidpatientadvocacy-uk buildingthyriod awareness

    I hope this helps some one

    take cae

    janie

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    i too have a sweaty head, i wash my hair every day. I have recently been diagnosed with under active thyroid and realised after subsequent research that I have had symptoms for years. Wondering now if sweating on head is yet another.
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