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Crocdundee

256d

I have an underactive thyroid and have tingling sensations in the tips of my fingers. is this normal?

    • B3llaSpirit3

      89d

      Thyroid is the motherboard of the body, it affects everything unfortunately....

    • Chris09

      104d

      Hi, I have the same issue with finger tips and toes, thyroid issues tend to affect the parts furthest from the heart I've read as it is harder for the blood to get to these parts

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One of the replies mentions that they have been dealing with tingling sensations for a few years and it's related to their Hashimotos, which is an autoimmune condition that can cause hypothyroidism. However, it's recommended to get checked out as it could also be due to peripheral neuropathy.

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