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Why Is My Immune System Attacking My Thyroid
Is hashmotos reversible? Or does the immune system attack other organs after the thyroid can't the immune system be calmed down
Hashimoto's: Not generally reversible. Usually progresses to destruction of the thyroid gland so that thyroid hormone replacement is required. Antibodies in Hashimotos are specific to the thyroid, so limited in that sense. There are some who develop other autoimmune diseases but those diseases are generally considered separately. ...Read more
I have hoshimitos disease is there anyway to stop my immune system from attacking my thyroid besides taking medication?
Blood test shows my immune system is attacking the thyroid hormone, st this point the thyroid is shown to be unharmed. Can this be permanently cured?
I recently was diagnosed with a 2.2 CM multinodular goiter on the right lobe of my thyroid. Does thyroid affect the immune system?
Recently was diagnosed with a 2.2 CM multinodular goiter on the right lobe of my thyroid. Does your thyroid affect the immune system?
I told my neurologist i actually felt my immune system attacking my nerves why does he find this so hard to believe ?
Ebv positive triggered autoimmune disease i could feel excruciating pain my immune system attacking my nerves directly?
Foreign antigens: A person's immune system will see a replaced organ as a foreign object unless the tissues are identical (from an identical twin or tissue grown from one's own cells). To prevent rejection of the organ, doctors often have to give medications to suppress this unwanted immune response. The closer the tissues mach, there is a lower probability of the unwanted immune response. ...Read more
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