hypothyroidism

Symptoms of hypothyroidism vary depending on the severity of the disease. For this reason, the disease does not come to mind at all and occurs by chance as a result of tests performed for other reasons. The most common symptoms

Tiredness

intolerance to cold

weight gain

Constipation

Depression

Slowing of movements and speed of thought

Muscle aches, weakness in the muscles

involuntary muscle contractions

Dry skin, rashes

Hair and nails that break easily

decrease in sexual desire

Pain, numbness or tingling in the hands and fingers

Irregular or heavy menstruation

Memory impairment, depression in the elderly

Developmental delay in children

Early puberty in young people

Thickening and hoarseness of the voice

Percent bloating

Thinning or partial loss of eyebrows

Hearing loss

severe anemia

AS THESE FINDINGS MAY BE ALL OF THEM, SOME OF THESE FINDINGS MAY ALSO BE VISIBLE

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