" ...diarrhea, and hot flashes of your face and ...talk with your physician about carcinoid syndrome. Also, these symptoms may be caused by having diabetes and overactive thyroid gland. When thes... "
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Carcinoid syndrome refers to the array of symptoms that occur secondary to carcinoid. The syndrome includes Flushing (physiology) and ...Read on Wikipedia
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Carcinoid Syndrome & Hyperthyroidism
0.8% of the posts that mention Carcinoid Syndrome also mention Hyperthyroidism (16 posts)
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" .../ induced liver problems - hyperthyroidism or adrenal gland diseases -Carcinoid syndrome -Certain medicines used to treat... "
" ...(as well as wheezing and GI issues) were: mastocytosis carcinoid syndrome hyperthyroidism abnormalitity of bone marrow/lymph nodes wheat allergy -coeliac disease... "
" ...few such as factial diarrhea , diarrhea due to other disease such as hyperthyroidism , carcinoid syndrome. TENSION may be the one such cause. In my opinion the best way... "
" ...is characteristic of all these conditions EXCEPT: 1.Menopause 2.Alcohol 3.Carcinoid Syndrome 4.Systemic Mastocytosis 5.Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome 6.Hyperthyroid Disease... "
" ...also produce flushing such as carcinoid syndrome, systemic mast cell disease, ...pancreatic islet-cell tumors, renal cell carcinoma, hyperthyroidism, neurological flushing, emotional flushi... "
" ...Syndrome could be possible. 106? Sounds like Hyperthyroidism. Do you have trouble... "
" ...or surgical castration for prostate cancer - carcinoid syndrome (quite rare) - pheochromocytoma (fairly rare) - mastocytosis (very rare) - hyperthyroidism (usually a constant hot feeling,... "
" ...produce flushing such as carcinoid syndrome, systemic mast cell disease, ...islet-cell tumors, renal cell carcinoma, hyperthyroidism, neurological flushing, emotional flushing, and... "
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