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Doc i have a hyperthyroid before but now the result of my lab test is normal it means i have no thyroid problem already? or i can say i have no goitr?

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Dr. Asha Kamnani answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Thyroid conditions like Grave's disease have cycles of remission when all blood tests are normal and you do not need any treatment. Sometimes, they will again get hyperthyroid and you may need some treatment. So, they need to be regularly monitored. See your doctor every 6 months.

Answered Aug 18, 2014

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Dr. Mohammad Khan answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

usually people gets inflammation of thyroid gland, called thyroiditis, which is hyperactive in the beginning (hyperthyroidism), becomes normal with time and then become hypoactive (hypothyroidism). Your thyroid may become low with time. Please talk to your doctor

Answered Aug 18, 2014

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Dr. Jovita Anyanwu answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

Question is a little confusing. Goiter is the enlargement of your thyroid gland which has multiple causes, Hyperthyroidism specifically refers to a hyperfunctioning thyroid. if you were treated for hyperthyroidism with oral meds that can sometimes burn out the thyroid gland resulting in euthyroid situation. if you ha radiodine treatment may become hypothyroid. So your doctor will be able to expla

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