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Hyperthyroidism Disease Hirsutism
My mother got hyperthyroid disease in age of 30, what can be the expected age in which i can get this disease?
Hard to predict: Even though it may be some genetic predisposition, hyperthyroid besides being serious if not treated, is also very symptomatic , with palpitation, anxiety, weight loss etc...., its best to mention to your doctor to have it checked at least once a year with some basic blood tests of your thyroid functions. ...Read more
Graves' disease: Graves' disease is a type of hyperthyroidism, and it is typically an autoimmune process. Hyperthyroidism is simply the end result. There are other ways besides graves' disease that people can develop hyperthyroidism, including toxic nodules, certain medications and supplements, and temporary viral infections of the thyroid, among other causes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Thyroid Eye Diseas: Thyroid eye disease is primarily treated by managing your thyroid disorder with medication by your primary care doctor or endocrinologist. Symptoms due to dryness and exposure from bulging of the eyes can be managed with lubricating eye drops. Surgical intervention may be necessary in some cases. Evaluation by an eyemd is recommended. ...Read more
Hyperthyroid eye disease issues for 3yrs now. Why wont my eyes recede back to normal? Is it bc I smoke?
TSIgG: The test, thyroid stimulating igg is most important! measuring tsh-receptor antibodies with the h-tbii assay has been proven efficient and was the most practical approach found in most studies. A low TSH would be expected as well. ...Read more
Symptoms and labs: The symptoms of hyperthyroidism (sweating, palpitations, nervousness, tremor) can be caused by other things, such as anxiety. You should have an enlarged thyroid, but this can be subtle. Elevated blood ft4 and low tsh. A nuclear medicine thyroid scan that shows high uptake mostly clinches the diagnosis. This can be treated medically or surgically, but you should see an endocrinologist for this. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed and undiagnosed with graves disease/hyperthyroidism since 2008 based on va, using outdated test ranges. Could i be suffering from it?
Graves' Disease: Graves' Disease can cause intermittent hyperthyroidism, and be hard to diagnose in some patients. Seeing ONE doctor who can follow you longterm is important; an Endocrinologist would be a good choice for this. Ask if tests for antibodies to the TSH Receptor have been done, or could be done. Testing thyroid labs regularly and getting educated about symptoms to get tested for off schedule may help. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Anxiety heart rate: Certain similarities exist between medial conditions in the symptoms that lead to the diagnosis. One common symptom, an elevated heart rate, can be seen in a variety of conditions from adrenal problems, to a hyperactive thyroid, to heart disease like atrial fibrillation. If you measure your heart rate, and it is over 90-100 beats per minute, you should seek medical attention. ...Read more
Yes: Fast heart beats can be associated with hyperthyroidism, and this can be fatal in certain cases. If your heart is frail due to prior heart attacks or heart failure, a fast heart rate may be too much stress for your heart. This could potentially lead to more dangerous heart rhythms or a heart attack. See your doctor to help you control your hyperthyroidism. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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