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Knowing the Symptoms of Hashimoto's Disease

If you are someone who suffers from weight loss, even if you are loyal to your diet and exercise plan; or if you are someone who finds themselves tired when they have a lot of rest and no clear reason for it; or someone who also has problems with their thinner, thinner hair, you may have thyroid dysfunction, and may be due to Hashimoto's disease. Now just because you have some symptoms, there is no reason to panic as you need to go to a doctor and test yourself to find out if this is actually happening. Tell your doctor about your symptoms and what you suspect, and he or she will be able to test you and find out for sure.

Symptoms of Hashimoto's disease are as follows: Myxedematous psychosis, weight gain, depression, mania, sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, paresthesia, fatigue, panic attacks, bradicardia, tachardia, high cholesterol, reactive hypoglycemia, constipation, migraine, muscle weakness , cramps, memory loss, infertility and hair loss.

It is possible that you may have some but not all of the symptoms listed above and you may not have the disease. After all, many of these symptoms can lead to other causes. You can get PMS, which causes many emotional problems as well as pain and temporary weight loss. You can eat foods high in cholesterol and this will cause symptoms. There are several different things that can go wrong with the body. The best thing to do is that you recognize more symptoms are to get yourself tested.

If you have hypothyroid, then you should take the medicine once a day, and most likely for the rest of your life. It's simple though, you only need to take the pill once a day, daily, and the symptoms will disappear.

It is important to get a test and if you have hypothyroidism, take your medicine. There are two options for this situation. They are called thyroid hormone replacement agents; one is Levothyroxine and the other is called Exiccated Thyroid Extract. Your doctor will be able to determine which one is right for you.

It is very important that you remember to take your medication as prescribed if you are diagnosed with Hypothyroidism, or if you have a thyroid dysfunction caused by Hashimoto's disease, because being exposed and untreated can be life-threatening.


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