Is It Dangerous To Shortness Of Breath And Blurred Vision In People With Hyperthyroidism?
My hyperthyroid sufferer often experiences visual impairment, shortness of breath, my neck under my Adam’s apple is swollen, it hurts when I press it, I get nosebleeds, I have trouble sleeping, emotional, irritable, I have difficulty swallowing water and other food. it’s normal just shortness of breath and vision becomes blurred is this dangerous?
Hello Lasmiati, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Hyperthyroidism is a medical term used when someone has levels of thyroid hormone in the body that exceeds normal levels.
The cause of hyperthyroidism itself is quite a lot such as inflammation of the thyroid gland (thyroid gland), autoimmune diseases that attack thyroid cells, tumors of the pituitary gland (glands in the brain), ovarian tumors, use of certain drugs, consumption of iodine excess or can also be caused by cancer in the thyroid gland.
Therefore, to find out whether this condition is dangerous or not, it all depends on the main cause of this hyperthyroid condition. There are several conditions that can be controlled with regular drug use, but there are also those that require further medical treatment. Because at this time you have been recommended to take medication by a doctor, consume the drug in accordance with the rules and carry out routine control to the doctor to ensure the condition of your hyperthyroidism.
Keep in mind that you must take medication regularly and follow all the instructions given by your doctor because if you do not follow all the recommendations properly, there is a complication of hyperthyroid disease that can be life threatening namely thyroid storms and heart rhythm disorders, which in this condition is needed immediate treatment at the nearest hospital emergency room.
I hope this helps.