Patient Comments: Thyroid Disorders - Symptoms and Signs
What type of thyroid disorder do you have, and what were your symptoms and signs?
A Doctor's View on Thyroid Disease Symptoms and Signs
Read the Comment by Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
Thyroid diseases cause symptoms because of an over or under function of the thyroid gland. Symptoms of thyroid disease depend on the particular disorder a person has. Five common symptoms of thyroid disease include mental fogginess, nervousness and tremor, changes in menstruation, bloating, and weight gain. Read the entire Doctor's View
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