Diagnosis of an Exhausted Thyroid

A well-balanced metabolism is thanks to the good functioning of the thyroid, a gland that produces thyroid hormone and this is responsible for regulating heart rate, body temperature, growth among other functions. The malfunction of this gland is determined “hyperthyroidism” or “hypothyroidism” excess and deficit of this hormone respectively. That is why people suffering from the thyroid should consult a professional who diagnoses the problem and determine if there really is a problem with this gland.

Sometimes there may be a misdiagnosis since to give an answer several years of study must be carried out corroborating that the values are outside the appropriate range in the thyroid tests. 3 years, is the minimum interval of time that studies should be performed because this gland can manifest high values as minimum assuming hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, these disorders in the values are known as Exhausted Thyroid and although it is not a medical term official, is what happens in many patients who have been misdiagnosed.
The Exhausted Thyroid is more frequent than is thought, causing fatigue and depression in those affected as well as attention deficit and instability in the mood. A misdiagnosis suggests an erroneous treatment that can generate negative side effects in the patient’s health
If you have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism by low or high thyroid levels respectively, it is advisable to continue doing laboratory tests until a specific conclusion can be reached, sometimes the values are constantly altered and do not accurately assume the hypothyroidism or hypothyroidism, but rather Exhausted Thyroid. A medical consultation is not enough, in addition to laboratory tests, it is necessary for the patient to insist on a constant medical check-up with a minimum of 3 years so that the results can be considered real and concrete. Many people may be suffering from Exhausted Thyroid and have been misdiagnosed by a medical specialist.

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