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Toxic goiter is another term used to describe hyperthyroidism or excess thyroid hormone. Excess thyroid hormone can be caused by many possibilities, including:
Graves' disease (most commonly) Thyroid nodules or lumps in the thyroid gland Thyroiditis Disorders of the pituitary gland (glands in the brain that produce hormones that stimulate the thyroid gland to produce thyroid hormones) Excessive consumption of thyroid hormones in hypothyroidism and so on
Hyperthyroidism conditions must be treated properly and therapy must be carried out regularly. Continuously high thyroid hormone conditions will have various negative impacts on health, one of which can cause menstrual cycle disorders and fertility problems in women. Hypertidroidism can cause menstrual cycle spacing to be longer (so menstrual periods are less frequent), shorter menstruation, very little blood loss, and it can even cause a person to not menstruate at all.
The best solution for you at this time is you go back to the doctor who treated you before for your hyperthyroidism case, and do regular medication. After the thyroid hormone condition is normal, chances are that your menstrual cycle will return to normal too.
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