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How Grave Disease Affect Marriage
Symptoms and tests: Graves disease is another name for hyperthyroidism with diffuse enlargement of the thyroid gland. Hyperthyroidism is confirmed by blood tests.Typical symptoms include anxiety, shaky hands, sweating, diarrhea, difficulty sleeping, increased appetite, tremors, and weight loss. Some people with graves' disease can have an abnormal swelling of the front of the neck called a goiter. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not at all perfect: Thyroid stimulating immunoglobulin (tsi) is theoretically the cause of graves disease, which is an autoimmune disease. These antibodies stimulate the thyroid to make excess hormone. However, the test is not perfect. Many people with graves have a negative test for tsi. Some assays are not reliable. Tsi can be measured when the diagnosis is uncertain, but a negative test does not rule out graves. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: Graves' disease and type 1 diabetes are both auto-immune disorders, in which the immune system makes antibodies that attack your own proteins, and cause the cells to malfunction. Having one auto-immune disorder can increase your risk of having another slightly. Since type 2 diabetes (the most common form) is not an auto-immune disorder, someone with graves; is not at increased risk for it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several therapies: Medical therapy consists of several medications to control or block thyroid hormone. Sometimes medical therapy does not consistently control problem. Other therapies are radioactive ablation with I131 with destruction of the gland. An alternative therapy is surgery where thyroid gland is removed, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Various ways: In your age group, the most common recommendation would be to take antithyroid drugs (methimazole) to control the hyperthyroidism. After 6 months, one could see if you have gone into remission so that you could discontinue the med. If if hasn't gone away by up to 2 yrs of treatment, we would recommend radioiodine treatment or surgery to ablate the thyroid. ...Read more
Graves disease: There are no one specific symptoms of graves' that occur first. It's different for different people but in general, graves' symptoms are: nervousness, more sweatings, fatigue, can't stand heat, weight loss, more bowel movements, more appetite. Signs: high blood pressure, hand tremor, clammy skin, rapid pulse, flushing.. ...Read more
Neonatal Graves: One to 5 percent of neonates born to women with graves' disease have hyperthyroidism due to transplacental transfer of TSH receptor-stimulating antibodies. The incidence is higher in women with high titers of these antibodies. If you have graves disease your obstetrician needs to follow you and the baby carefully for the best outcome. ...Read more
Autoimmune thyroid : Naned after dr graves it encompasses one or both bulging eyes usualyy related to an abnormal thyroid condition. It can also cause blurred vision, possible blindness, tearing, redness, abnormal eyelid positions and /or double vision. It is related to usually an abnormal condition even being on meds that might not be the correcdt dose. See an eye md/do as well as endocrinologist. ...Read more
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