Sweating When Cold At Night?

You may be suffering from hypothyroidism, a condition that affects the body’s ability to produce thyroid hormone. The symptoms of hypothyroidism include: – Weight gain

– Constipation and/or diarrhea

– Excess hair on the face, chest and back (this is called “hirsutism”) Thyroid gland in cats can grow abnormally large or become enlarged if it is not producing enough thyroid hormone. Cats who don’t make enough thyroid hormones are likely to develop obesity, which leads to other health problems such as diabetes. High blood pressure also develops in some cases when there isn’t enough thyroid hormone produced by the glands in your pet’s neck or abdomen. There are many possible causes for this problem including congenital issues with your cat’s metabolism; tumors; infection; autoimmune disorders; excess stress during pregnancy; inadequate nutrition within their diet (excess salt); hormonal imbalances (such as hyperthyroidism); poor immune function due to an underlying disease (such as cancer), or dietary changes like switching foods too quickly without allowing time for metabolism adjustment

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