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Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is characterized by periods of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) and bouts of hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid).  Grave’s Disease causes hyperthyroidism.  Symptoms of hypothyroidism include weight gain, fatigue, dry skin, hair loss, intolerance to cold and constipation.  Hyperthyroidism causes irregular or racing heartbeat, weight loss, protruding eyes, anxiety, tremors and difficulty sleeping.  Long term effects of not treating these disorders can lead to severe health problems and treatment may require lifelong medication to replace the thyroid hormone and/or radiation or surgery to eliminate excess thyroid hormone."

Long Term Management
Patients who have not had thyroid disease previously must be examined on a regular basis in case they develop thyroid disease. Patients with eye disease who have had their hyperthyroidism treated previously should also be examined at regular intervals to make certain that thyroid function remains normal since recurrence of hyperthyroidism, or development of hypothyroidism, may cause the eye disease to flare up. In some cases, cosmetic surgery for the eye or surgery to correct the double vision is performed. The patient is hyperthyroid at first and may have the same symptoms as patients with Graves’ hyperthyroidism, but then goes through a hypothyroid phase before full recovery. The presence of thyroid antibodies, similar to those seen in Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, is a risk factor for the persistence of hypothyroidism.

Thyroid eye disease is a self-limiting disease: if left untreated, the inflammation will gradually go by itself. However, the physical changes caused by the swelling (such as bulging eyes) may remain. This is because some of the tissues that have been stretched may not always return to their original form. The aim of treatment is mainly to limit inflammation and swelling occurring during the inflamed period and to protect the surface of the eye. There are also treatments for people whose tissues have not been able to return to their original form after the inflammation has settled.

I had an allergic reaction to a chemical in *product name removed* that I used on my mustache (directly above my lip) a couple of years ago. Immediately after use, my lips and entire mouth area became incredibly swollen due to the allergic reaction (puffy, itchy, red, and yellow pus present)… ever since then I have noticed one side of my face is slightly puffier still, and not as defined as the other side of my face… is there anything I can do about this? Please advise, as it has been causing me severe psychological distress – to specify the asymmetry caused: puffier upper left cheek, puffier left side of lip than usual, and less defined jaw line – all relative to the right side of my face. Please advise as soon as possible. Thank you,
Regards,
Asymmetrical being (22 years old)

Swollen thyroid steroids

swollen thyroid steroids

I had an allergic reaction to a chemical in *product name removed* that I used on my mustache (directly above my lip) a couple of years ago. Immediately after use, my lips and entire mouth area became incredibly swollen due to the allergic reaction (puffy, itchy, red, and yellow pus present)… ever since then I have noticed one side of my face is slightly puffier still, and not as defined as the other side of my face… is there anything I can do about this? Please advise, as it has been causing me severe psychological distress – to specify the asymmetry caused: puffier upper left cheek, puffier left side of lip than usual, and less defined jaw line – all relative to the right side of my face. Please advise as soon as possible. Thank you,
Regards,
Asymmetrical being (22 years old)

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