Symptoms Of Thyroid Disease And Its Treatment?
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Thyroid hormone is a type of hormone that affects the body's metabolic processes. The normal value of thyroid hormone levels will depend on the reference value from the laboratory where you are doing thyroid hormone tests, but in general, thyroid hormone values are:
T4: 4.6 - 12 ug / dL Free T4: 0.7 - 1.9 T3: 80 - 180 ug / dL Free T3: 230 - 619 pg / dL TSH: 0.5 - 6 uU / dL TSH which stands for Thyroid Stimulating Hormone is a hormone which is released from the part of the brain that works to stimulate the production of thyroid hormones in the thyroid gland. A decrease in thyroid hormone levels usually indicates a hyperthyroid condition and will cause symptoms such as:
Lumps in the neck (goiter) both large and small. But sometimes lumps do not appear Weight loss with the usual portion of a bowel movement or even diarrhea Feeling anxious and having palpitations Always sweating all over the body even though the weather is not hot Shaking hands If some of the above symptoms do occur then you should consult a specialist internal medicine to get appropriate treatment. Usually the doctor will prescribe a drug that works by lowering the levels of thyroid hormone that is produced.
For additional information you can read the following articles: Thyroid disease
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