Are there early symptoms of graves' disease?

Graves disease. There are no one specific symptoms of graves' that occur first. It's different for different people but in general, graves' symptoms are: nervousness, more sweatings, fatigue, can't stand heat, weight loss, more bowel movements, more appetite. Signs: high blood pressure, hand tremor, clammy skin, rapid pulse, flushing..

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What are symptoms of graves disease?

Many. Anxiety, fast heart rate, increased appetite with weight loss, decreased and irregular menses, insomnia, tremor or shakes, nervousness, increased sweating, thin hair/skin/nails, poor recent memory are among the most common. With graves' disease you can also develop protrusion or other problems with the eyes. Read more...

What are symptoms of graves disease?

Weight loss,tachycar. The common symptoms of graves disese are 1rapid heart beat 2weight loss 3exopthalmos means very prominent bulging eyeballs 4 intolerance to heat 5diarrhea or loose stools 6anxiety and irritability 7tremors 8goiter that is large thyroid gland 9thick red skin usually on the shins or top of the feet 10change in menstrual cycle 11 fatigue 12difficulty sleeping 13anxiety 14erectile dysfunction libido_. Read more...

What are symptoms of graves' disease?

Wt loss,palpitation. Chest pain , palpitaion, weight loss and diarrhea are common symptom of graves disease. Read more...

What are the symptoms of graves disease?

Graves disease. Some graves' symptoms are: nervousness, more sweatings, fatigue, can't stand heat, weight loss, more bowel movements, more appetite. Signs: high blood pressure, hand tremor, clammy skin, rapid pulse, flushing.. Read more...

What are the symptoms of graves' disease?

Thyroid + eye bulge. Most graves will have thyroid hyperactivity with racing heart rate, anxiety, diaphoresis, fatigue and other symptoms of thyroid hormone overproduction. And they will also have eye bulging (proptosis) which may cause cosmetic changes, eye dryness, redness, and rarely vision drop. A few have the eye symptoms only. This is managed by an endocrinologist. Read more...

What are the symptoms of graves' disease?

Thyroid + eye bulge. Most graves will have thyroid hyperactivity with racing heart rate, anxiety, diaphoresis, fatigue and other symptoms of thyroid hormone overproduction. And they will also have eye bulging (proptosis) which may cause cosmetic changes, eye dryness, redness, and rarely vision drop. A few have the eye symptoms only. This is managed by an endocrinologist. Read more...

Can you tell me the symptoms of graves' disease?

There are many. Common symptoms include feeling very hot when others are comfortable, a fullness at the base of the neck, heart pounding and racing, shakiness, shortness of breath with effort, more frequent bowel movements, poor concentration, poor sleep, and irritability. While some people lose weight, others may actually gain some weight. Eye bulging and double vision may also occur. Read more...
Many. Double vision. One or both bulging eyes, blurred vision. Cant close eyes, eye pain, loss of eyebrows, yellowing of skin, red eyes, tearing facial swelling, puffy eyelids. Read more...

My symptoms of graves' disease is getting worse to the point I can't sleep and my studies are suffering, what to do?

See endocrine doc. You should contact your endocrinologist and get your thyroid regulated again. You may also need to see an ophthalmologist if you are having any visual difficulties. Best wishes. Read more...

What are the symptoms of graves disease and how do I test for it? Thank you.

Many. Palpitations, tremors, weight (muscle) loss, anxiety, heat intolerance, increased bowel movements, etc. Have your doctor measure TSH and some assessment of thyroid hormones as a free T4 and free T3 (liothyronine) or ft4index and free t3index. These will assess whether you are hyperthyroid. Graves" disease as the cause of the hyperthyroidism can be checked by a tpo or other antibody tests. Read more...
Many. Double vision. One or both bulging eyes, blurred vision. Cant close eyes, eye pain, loss of eyebrows, yellowing of skin, red eyes, tearing facial swelling, puffy eyelids. See an endocrinologist first for more extensive testing including antibodies. You should have an ultrasound of the thyroid. 4-6% of graves patients clinically may have neg tests. Read more...