Frequent Dizziness, Late Menstruation, Swollen Face, Fatigue, Hypothyroidism?
Hello, I have hypothyroid disease. There was a swelling like a butterfly on my neck, it’s been five years, I continued to take medicine for about two or three years and I stopped taking medicine after that (until now). But the longer I like dizziness, late menstruation, weight gain, my face is fat (like swollen) and likes to tired (even though I do not overactivate. If the lump is depressed, then I am dizzy and nauseous, I guess what this disease is starting to be dangerous?
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The condition of hypothyroidism is a disruption in the production of thyroid hormones that cause overall metabolic disorders, this is because the work of these hormones will affect the whole body so that the usual symptoms experienced are
1. Increase in BB
2. Easily tired
3. Dry skin and brittle nails
4. Hair falls out easily
This needs to be treated properly and given the dose of the drug in accordance with your hormone levels in the body besides that it must be done routinely and periodically so that the dosage can be adjusted to the drug dose given.
If it is not controlled, it can become a disease like
2. Nerve damage
3. Heart problems
You should immediately control the doctor for further examination.
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