Children’s abnormalities may be caused by hyperthyroidism.

11-year-old Xiao Bin has always been obedient and clever, but recently he has become uncharacteristically angry and always quarreled with his parents. Although he eats more, he actually eats thinner and thinner. Even the teacher reflects that Xiao Bin often deserts in class. When parents were at a loss, a friend who was a doctor suggested that they take their children to check their thyroid function. As a result, the problem was indeed the thyroid gland-Xiao Bin suffered from hyperthyroidism! Xiao Bin’s parents are very worried. Why do children also have hyperthyroidism? What is the difference between this and adult hyperthyroidism, can it be cured and how should it be recuperated? There are many causes, and immune disorder is the Read More …

Teach you to read the thyroid function test report

The diagnosis of hyperthyroidism depends not only on typical clinical manifestations and signs, but also on thyroid function. Thyroid function test report Thyroid function mainly includes the following 5 indicators: FT3, free triiodothyronine: is the active form of free thyroid hormone in blood; FT4, free tetraiodothyronine: is a free thyroid hormone in blood; TSH, Serum Thyrotropin: A hormone released by pituitary gland to stimulate thyroid gland to secrete thyroid hormone; TPOAb, thyroid peroxidase antibody: is a kind of thyroid autoimmune antibody; TGAb, Thyroglobulin Antibody: It is a kind of thyroid autoimmune antibody. Among them, the characteristics of hyperthyroidism’s laboratory tests are: FT3 and FT4 are increased and TSH is decreased. However, it should be noted that [thyroiditis] may also have Read More …

What are the general manifestations of hyperthyroidism?

Hyperthyroidism, or hyperthyroidism for short, has less obvious symptoms and is often confused with some other diseases. If it is mild hyperthyroidism, you may not notice any symptoms. However, the symptoms of hyperthyroidism in the elderly are even less obvious. In general, with the increase of hyperthyroidism course, the symptoms will become more and more obvious. If you don’t get proper treatment for a long time, you may have [thyroid crisis], i.e. Serious complications of hypertension, fever and heart failure. Psychologically, disorder and imbalance can also occur. So, what are the general symptoms of hyperthyroidism? Appetite increases, But weight is reduced anxiety, tension, irritability, increased stool frequency, insomnia, double image, Looking at things overlapping, protruding eyes (Graves disease), hair changes, Read More …

Starting from a Case of Hyperthyroidism during Pregnancy

Pregnant 32 weeks, ms. Liu suddenly felt abdominal pain and was sent to the hospital by her family and gave birth to a baby boy prematurely. What never occurred to me was that after the doctor’s examination, she found that ms. Zhou’s face was flushed, her heart rate accelerated, her neck was swollen, and after blood was drawn to check thyroid function, she found that ms. Zhou had [hyperthyroidism]. However, it is fortunate that mother and child are safe. Why do you say that? Does what affect pregnant women with thyroid diseases? If hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism is not diagnosed and treated in time, it will cause serious negative effects on pregnant women and their fetuses. Thyroid diseases increase the risk Read More …

Adverse drug reactions that are easy to ignore may be very serious when symptoms are present.

As a doctor, wearing white clothes, where will you go has seen too many things. This may sometimes be a relief for patients and their families, but more often it is a kind of grief. Some people say, [Life will be strong]; Some people say, [Life is really fragile]; Anyway, [there is only one life, there is no chance to correct mistakes, a moment of carelessness may bring a lifetime of regret.] Although this matter has become a thing of the past, it is still so clear, like yesterday, vivid in my mind and hard to let go. It is too late to mend the fold after the sheep have been lost. On this day, a patient came to the Read More …

Six questions and answers to learn about Hashimoto’s thyroiditis

Thyroid diseases are the second largest endocrine and metabolic diseases, of which Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is becoming more and more important. The incidence rate of this disease is increasing year by year, the course of the disease is long, and it can affect life. Today, let’s learn more about this disease. 1. Why is the name strange? Since the disease was first proposed by a Japanese doctor and later named after him, Hashimoto’s. 2. Who are the common people? Women have a high incidence, and the onset age is young and middle-aged. In recent years, the onset trend is younger. 3. What are the clinical manifestations? Hashimoto thyroiditis is one of the most common autoimmune thyroiditis, most of which is considered Read More …

What should be paid attention to during taking Saizhi/Tabazole?

Anti-thyroid drugs (ATD) are the most common treatment for hyperthyroidism. Commonly used anti-thyroid drugs include methimazole (MMI) and propylthiouracil (PTU). The mechanism of action of the two drugs is similar, but they are different in metabolic patterns and side effects, so the applicable population and usage methods are different. Today, let’s talk about the matters needing attention in the use of methimazole. Methimazole is also commonly known as [Saizhi] [Tapazole]. How long can methimazole be cured? The course of treatment for methimazole is generally 1-2 years. However, some people will suffer from repeated illness after drug withdrawal and need to extend the treatment time. Patients who cannot actively cooperate with the treatment may also lead to prolonged treatment course. During Read More …

How is the lump felt on the neck?

Ms. Chen found a heart-shaped lump under her neck when she took a bath recently. Although there is no other discomfort in her body, she is always uneasy. For further examination, she has come to the hospital to make sure that the lump is from what. During the reception, careful physical examination and detailed inquiries were made, and it was found that the thyroid gland was swollen with degree I, and there was no manifestation of hyperthyroidism such as hunger, emaciation, palpitation, insomnia, hyperhidrosis, etc., nor was there any manifestation of hypothyroidism such as hoarseness, slow response, amnesia, lethargy, constipation, etc. The preliminary judgment is goiter or thyroid nodule. Because Ms. Chen’s thyroid gland is even swollen, palpation of thyroid Read More …

The physiological function of the small thyroid gland is not good.

Although the thyroid gland is small and inconspicuous, the physiological function of thyroid hormone secreted by it is very large. Because except red blood cells, brain, testis and lymphatic system, all tissues and cells in the whole body have thyroid hormone receptors, and there are really many areas where it can exert its power! Main Physiological Functions of Thyroid Hormones Step 1 Promote metabolism Physiological thyroid hormone can promote the synthesis and decomposition of sugar, protein and fat, while super physiological dose will increase blood sugar, reduce blood cholesterol, and protein decomposition is greater than synthesis. 2. Promote growth and development It can enhance the activity of growth hormone and is especially important for the growth, development and maturation of Read More …