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Friday, April 8, 2011

Thyroid Anomalies : Hyperthyroidism And Hypothyroidism - Images of Goitre




Hypothyroidism (An Underactive Thyroid )

  • fatigue, exhaustion
  • feeling run down and sluggish 
  • depression
  • difficulty concentrating, brain fog
  • unexplained or excessive weight gain
  • dry, coarse and/or itchy skin
  • dry, coarse and/or thinning hair
  • feeling cold, especially in the extremities
  • constipation
  • muscle cramps
  • increased menstrual flow
  • more frequent periods
  • infertility/miscarriage

 Hyperthyroidism (An Overactive Thyroid )

  • nervousness
  • irritability
  • increased perspiration
  • thinning of your skin
  • fine brittle hair
  • muscular weakness especially involving the upper arms and thighs
  • shaky hands
  • panic disorder
  • insomnia
  • racing heart
  • more frequent bowel movements
  • weight loss despite a good appetite
  • lighter flow, less frequent menstrual periods




Here is the photo collection of overactive thyroid


1.Diffused Goiter


DIFFUSED GOITER


DIFFUSED GOITER




2.Multinodular Goitre


MULTINODULAR GOITRE



3.Thyroid Caricinoma Retrosternal



RETROSTERNAL THYROID CARCINOMA







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2 comments:

Anita said...

Last September, i found out why i was losing my hair and gaining weight. I also felt depressed most of the time. My doctor told me i had hypothyroidism. He recommended taking porcine thyroid and so far it has made marvelous improvements to my health.

Anita said...

It's common for women to feel tired, experience mood swings, and have a variety of other symptoms in the months after childbirth. But for some women, symptoms can become troublesome. At this point women may take natural thyroid to boost their energy.

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