The Difference Is Ordinary Goiter And Poison Goiter
good night doc I want to ask … what’s the difference between ordinary goiter and poison goiter ??
Originally posted 2020-04-14 09:28:26.
Hello Mas Cahyo, Thank you for the question.
The thyroid gland is a common language for the thyroid gland which is located in front of the neck. This gland functions to produce thyroid hormones that function in various metabolisms in the body. Toxic goitre (toxic goitre) is a term used to describe the expansion of the thyroid gland accompanied by an increase in thyroid hormone levels in the blood (hyperthyroidism), while non-toxic goiter (non-toxic goitre (is an enlargement of the thyroid gland without impaired thyroid gland function, or with other words are not accompanied by conditions of hyperthyroidism Symptoms arising from hyperthyroidism conditions are palpitations, trembling / tremors, hair loss, irritability, restlessness, insomnia, weight loss, diarrhea, and disorders of mentsruasi in women.
Until now, there has been no research that proves the existence of herbal medicines that can overcome hyperthyrodism. Therefore, if you have been diagnosed by a doctor with hyperthyroidism, you should consult an internist so that your condition can be monitored regularly and your doctor can provide treatment according to your condition. Treatment provided by doctors aims to regulate thyroid hormone levels and overcome the causes of hyperthyroidism. In addition, treatment is also tailored to the age, severity of symptoms, and general condition of the patient. Treatment given by a doctor can be in the form of drugs, radioactive iodine, or surgery. Please consult further with your internal medicine doctor so that your condition can be treated appropriately to prevent further complications.
Hopefully this information helps you.