Differences And Types Of Hyperthyroidism?
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Thyroid is a gland that produces thyroid hormone and is located in the front of the neck. Hyperthyroidism is a condition where the body forms too much thyroid hormone, so the body's metabolism increases. Subclinical hyperthyroidism is a mild form of hyperthyroidism. The patient has not experienced any symptoms or the symptoms experienced are very mild if there are any. There are various causes of hyperthyroidism, disorders of the thyroid gland itself, viral infections, consumption of certain drugs or foods that contain high iodine regularly. Depending on the cause of your hyperthyroidism, this disorder may be temporary or last a lifetime. You can ask for a more complete explanation from the internist who is examining you. One type of disease that causes hyperthyroidism is related to a family history of hyperthyroidism. You don't have to have parents who have hyperthyroidism to have hyperthyroidism. On the other hand, because you have hyperthyroidism, there is a greater likelihood for your child to have hyperthyroidism compared to other people.
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