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Thyroid in Women: All you need to know about its indication and its cure

Thyroid in Women: All you need to know about its indication and its cure

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  13 July 2018 6:56 AM GMT

Ladies, have you start noticed any weight loss or gain, or assist by fatigue and bowel problem, then stop ignoring it. It could be a sign of thyroid problem, which may effect on your overall health.

“Thyroid disorder is more than eight to ten time common in women than in men. This is mainly because they are autoimmune problem are all autoimmune disorders which are mainly common in women.” Say Dr Sweeta Budiyal.

Where, as women with overactive glands suffer from, heat intolerance, thrist, weight loss, hand tremors, excessive sweating, constipation, irregular periods ,dry skin, dull hair, lethargy, anxiety and infertility.

Thyroid hormones are crucial for the normal functioning of organ, as it can lead to needy quality of life and increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Where as by hyperthyroidism can cause atrial fibrillation, osteoporosis and fractures, hypothyroidism can cause Myxedema coma and death.

“The common cause of thyroid problems these days is autoimmune Thyroid Disease (AITD), it can be hereditary. The immune system produce antibodies which either stimulate the thyroid glands to over come hormones, or it causes destruction of glands which leads to underproduction of thyroid hormones”, say Dr. Budiyal , even with salt iodinization, iodine deficiency is rarely a leading cause for thyroid disorders.

Another causes of thyroid can be congenital hypothyroidism, interference from obvious drugs, vigorous infection of the thyroid gland and problem in the pituitary glands. Thyroid Nodules and thyroid cancers are some of the other problems that can be develop in women even “goiter” which is enlargement of the thyroid gland.

There is aren’t any preventive strategies for thyroid disorder, actually all types of thyroid disorder can effectively treated. Hence, the key lies in early diagnosis. Dr. Parmar suggests a reduction in the use of plastic in day-to-day life to minimize thyroid and its order endocrine disorder.

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