What are symptoms of thyroid disease?

Many. Hyper(overactive)thyroid causes heat intolerance, sweating, weight loss, tremors, heart racing/palpitations, hair loss and muscle weakness to name a few. Hypo(underactive)thyroid causes weight gain, cold intolerance, dry skin, hair loss, fatigue among other symptoms. Thyroid nodules are usualy asymptomatic unless big and pushing on nearby structures.

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What are symptoms of thyroid disease?

Variety of symptoms. Those with an underactive thyroid may experience: fatigue, constipation, dry skin/hair, cold intolerance, puffiness (some examples). Overactive thyroid symptoms include: difficulty sleeping, heat intolerance, frequent stooling, rapid heart beat/palpitations, tremors, nervousness, etc. Read more...

Hello I have a concern of what are symptoms for thyroid disease? Can you die from it? It is possible itbhas no effect in your weight?

It depends. Usually people don't die acutely from thyroid disease and if it a cancer, it will cause problems for long time before one dies.If you have high or low thyroid hormone levels, the symptoms will be there for long time before you experience serious symptoms. High or low heart beats, constipation or diarrhea, skin changes and heat /cold intolerance are common symptoms. Weight gain/loss as well. Read more...

What are the symptoms of thyroid eye disease?

Blurred vision. Signs can include isolated or singular items to grouped ones. They include one or both bulging eyes, red swollen eyes, pain moving one or both eyes, double vision, eye pain, can't close eyes, loss of eyebrows, blurred vision and any combination(s). Read more...