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Can hyperthyroidism develop over several years, and cause syncope before being diagnosed?

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Dr. Susan Wingo
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Yes, but. . .

Yes, hyperthyroidism can develop over several years.
However, syncope, or passing out, is not a common symptom for hyperthyroidism.

In brief: Yes, but. . .

Yes, hyperthyroidism can develop over several years.
However, syncope, or passing out, is not a common symptom for hyperthyroidism.
Dr. Susan Wingo
Dr. Susan Wingo
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Dr. Val Koganski
Internal Medicine

In brief: Yes

You can have us clinical hyperthyroidism, that can be diagnosed only with blood work and you may have only minimal symptoms or none.

In brief: Yes

You can have us clinical hyperthyroidism, that can be diagnosed only with blood work and you may have only minimal symptoms or none.
Dr. Val Koganski
Dr. Val Koganski
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