Thyroid ultrasound in London.

Hypothyroidism

As for hypothyroidism – too little of the hormone is released. This can cause many different sumptoms, including excessive sleepiness, persistent fatigue, and weight gain.

Losing weight in patients with hypothyroidism can be very difficult and become a problem for many patients. If your body is gaining weight despite diet and regular exercise, it is important to do a thyroid test to see if the problems you are experiencing are hormone-related.

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    Diseases of the thyroid gland

    Abnormalities in the production of thyroid hormones can lead to an overactive or underactive thyroid gland. Other diseases associated with gland dysfunction include thyroiditis, thyroid nodules, and thyroid cancer.

    Overactive thyroid gland

    When there is an overactive thyroid problem, the gland releases more hormones than the body needs.

    During the existence of an overactive thyroid problem, patients may experience weight loss, irritability, nervousness, shortness of breath, and menstrual disorders. In addition, patients suffering from hyperthyroidism may have an increased heart rate and may experience excessive sweating.

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    The causes of thyroid cancer

    Patients diagnosed with thyroid cancer often complain of breathlessness, may have difficulty swallowing, or become hoarse. On ultrasound of the thyroid gland, the appearance of nodules may indicate some form of cancer. Prevention and early detection are important, therefore the primary examination for cancer diagnosis is an ultrasound of the thyroid gland. If changes in the thyroid gland are found during the examination, an endocrinologist is needed for evaluation. Additionally, a thyroid biopsy may be necessary.

    Thyroid cancer is most often treated with surgery. The degree of surgery depends on the patient’s age and the type of tumor. During surgery, your doctor will decide to remove all or part of your glands. After the removal of the thyroid gland, the patient takes hormonal drugs. The patient’s prognosis depends on the type of cancer, stage and age of the patient.

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    Greenford, London
    UB6 9QQ

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    Hockley, Birmingham
    B18 5BT

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