Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Get your doctor advice- notice a lump in your thyroid

Thyroid helps to set your body metabolism by getting energy from the food you eat. It is a butterfly shape gland in your neck above your collarbone and one of your endocrine glands thats produce hormones. Women are more then men who are diagnoise with thyroid disease.

The symptoms of thyroids disease is weight gain, feel fatigued and difficulty dealing in cold temperature besides your body used more energy more faster or slower than it normaly used. This thyroid glands which is not active is called hypothyroidism. If you thyroid glands is too active which is called hyperthyroidism as it produce more thyroid hormones than your body needed and the symptoms is weight loss, make you very sensitive to heats and also rise the speed of your heard rate.

If you find a lump in your thyroid it is best to see your doctor as your doctor may recommend a fine needles aspiration biopsy. This is a most safe and painless prosedure and also this test gives the doctor more information on the nature of the lump in your thyroid gland. Treatment of thyroids glands involves trying to reset your body's metabolism to a normal rate.

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