Patient Comments: Thyroid Disease - Symptoms and Signs
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A Doctor's View on Thyroid Disease Signs and Symptoms
Read the Comment by Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
There are several diseases of the thyroid gland. Signs and symptoms of thyroid disease depend upon the actual thyroid disease. Examples of hypothyroidism include depression, menstrual changes, thinning of the hair, constipation, and bloating. Examples of symptoms of hyperthyroidism include tremor, increased sweating, weight loss, and heat intolerance. In thyroid cancer, the most common symptom is a lump or nodule in the thyroid gland. Read the entire Doctor's View
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