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What symptoms do you get with thyroiditis?
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Dr. Richard Shewbridge
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
In brief: Pain or no pain!
Most commonly, thyoriditis is silent (no symptoms), and may cause an overactive or, eventually, underactive thyroid condition which can cause symptoms.
Often referred to as hashimoto thyroiditis. Sometimes, the thyroiditis causes swelling (goiter) or nodules in the gland and, if large enough, trouble swallowing. In other cases the gland can be quite painful.

In brief: Pain or no pain!
Most commonly, thyoriditis is silent (no symptoms), and may cause an overactive or, eventually, underactive thyroid condition which can cause symptoms.
Often referred to as hashimoto thyroiditis. Sometimes, the thyroiditis causes swelling (goiter) or nodules in the gland and, if large enough, trouble swallowing. In other cases the gland can be quite painful.
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