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One Eye Is Bigger Than My Other One Thyroid Disease
You can have problems with they thyroid making too much or too little thyroid hormone. You can also have problems with it being too large (goiter) of having nodules or cysts in it. There are also occasional thyroid cancers. Most thyroid problems can be easily diagnosed and treated ...Read more
I have eye thyroid disease for 4yrs. Its finally starting 2 settle. Like 2 know what options, costs, etc I may have to have my normal lookin eyes back.
Depends on changes: That occur. Typically, there is proptosis (think marty feldman), exposure, and sometimes even optic neuropathy caused by compression in the orbit. Oculoplastic surgeons can provide some excellent options for both cosmetic and functional improvement in thyroid eye disease (aka thyroid ophthalmopathy.) find a good oculoplastics specialist. ...Read more
No: Most thyroid disease is due to excessive secretion of thyroid stimulating hormone by the brain. This does not affect the eyes. A small number of cases also secrete a product which stimulates the production of material deposited behind the eye cause protrusion of the eye (s). This is termed exophthalmos. When the two occur together it is graves disease - about 10% of the total. ...Read more
Pain above left eye, frontal, pareital, occipital, back of neck for 7days. Had dolopar, flexon, nims, brofon. Nothing worked. Is it migriane, thyroid disease?
A few possibilities: Could be tension headache (HA), but they rarely last that long. Sinus HA-if severe-can cause all your symptoms. Onset & type of pain are impt: if it started in neck/upper back-could be musculoskeletal dysf. Could be viral or Zoster. Could be inflammation of cranial nerves. Time to see dr. Osteopathic manipulation may help if rib, vertebral, or cranial problem, sinusitis.Neuroprolotherapy could help. ...Read more
For any basic health concern, start with your primary care doctor. You'll get a blood test for the hormones: tsh, t4, t3 (liothyronine), (liothyronine) free t4, free t3 (liothyronine). They will also be able to get hints from the physical examination of your neck and body.
Thyroid overactivity: high heart rate, palpitations/heart flutter, weight loss, heat intolerance
thyroid underactivity: poor memory, weight gain, cold intolerance. ...Read more
No: There is no form of communicable thyroid disease. ...Read more
The most common test to screen for thyoid problems is to get blood work. The usual test would include TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone),
t4, free t3 (liothyronine). Tsh comes from your brain and tells your throid gland to secrete t4. T4 is activated to T3 (liothyronine) in your liver (80%) and other tissue in your body.
T3 (liothyronine) is what gets into your cells and tells your cells to "speed up". ...Read more
I'm only a teenager and I have hashimotos thyroid disease. My big concern is that im loosing a lot of hair.
Can thyroid disease cause rashes? I have one on my neck. I've tried everything I could think of it won't go away. I do take meds for thyroid disease.
Thyroid/rash: It should not. Send a picture of the rash to better help you. ...Read more
Not common but posbl: Early detection programs will pick up most early thyroid disease in the newborn period. Latter childhood;preadolescence and adolescence tends to have more new issues than mid childhood. But some thyroid disease is possible at any point in life. ...Read more
If I only have one symptom of having a thyroid disease which is that my eyebrows have thinned out and don't grow back can I still have the thyroid?
The thyroid is located on the lower front neck by the clavicle in the center. Any abnormality of the thyroid can be called a disease. Examples: thyroiditis, tumors, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, grave's disease.
The thyroid hormone is a rate regulator. Too much speeds everything in the body up. Too little slows it down. ...Read more
What u want to know:
Thyroid disease information is too vast and it can not be told in 400 words
Thyroid gland is located in the neck anteriorly and produces a hormone called Thyroxin which controls how your body uses food for energy and metabolism. It can produce too much Thyroxin and causes Huperthyroidism. And if it produces less hormone it is called Hypothyroidism
Enlarged gland called GOITER
Can get Cancer too ...Read more
More than 2 types: There can be problem with thyroid function were it is either overactive or underactive. The thyroid can be enlarged and cause symptoms like trouble swallowing or breathing due to compression or thyroid function can be normal but pt may have nodule in the thyroid which can sometimes be cancerous and different medicines can affect the size or function of the thyroid. ...Read more
Various: You can have problems with they thyroid making too much or too little thyroid hormone. You can also have problems with it being too large (goiter) of having nodules or cysts in it. There are also occasional thyroid cancers. Most thyroid problems can be easily diagnosed and treated by a qualified doctor. ...Read more
Yes, sort of: Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease, as are hashimotos thyroiditis and graves disease. People with 1 autoimmune disease have a higher likelihood of having another. But, both diabetes and thyroid disease are common, so they can occur by chance, too. Type 2 diabetes is not autoimmune, but is very common also. ...Read more
Thyroid disease has many symptoms and while bad breath can occur in hypothyroid disease, don't think just because you have bad breathe, this means you have thyroid disease. There would be many other symptoms.
The most common cause of bad breath is poor oral hygiene. Work with your dentist first. ...Read more
Sometimes for example
low thyroid can present as tiredness, fatigue, weakness, dry hair, constipation, depression etc
insomnia could indicate psychiatric illness up to 40 % of the time
any physical or psychiatric symptoms causing distress need a medical and psychiatric evaluation. ...Read more
I have showed some signs of thyroid disease like being always tired, and I've showed some symptoms that come and go?
I have no idea: Hi. We need more information. I have no idea why someone would prescribe l-thyroxine at a relatively high dose for only 4 moths. There are some phasic thyroid function problems under the heading of acute or subacute thyroiditis, where there may be a temporary, self-limited period of hypothyroidism. But we need more information. ...Read more
Endocrinologist: An endocrinologist specializes in these disorders. Other physicians include: general surgeons, ENT (ear, nose and throat), primary care physicians. ...Read more
Does the treatment of a thyroid disease lead to weight gain, or overweight gain? Or it just stabilize
Is it safe to use islim when you are under medication of thyroid disease like taking 100mg of thyroxine?
Sure: If you want to waste your money on a worthless product as islim. ...Read more
Does plexus slim have anything to do with changing thyroid function to lose weight? I have hyper thyroid disease. Is plexus safe to use.
No effect on thyroid: Plexus slim has a bunch of herbs, green tea, and other stuff which is basically harmless (probably will not do much good either). It should not interact with your thyroid. You should get your hyperthyroidism under control before attempting any significant weight loss. ...Read more
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