Hyperthyroidism Complications

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Hyperthyroidism Complications

Hyperthyroidism Complications

Here are some Hyperthyroidism complications:

  • Affection’s of the heart. The most severe hyperthyroidism complications include the heart. These are characterized by a fast palpitations of the heart, a heart rate dysfunction also named fibrillation of the atrial and a failure of the congestive heart, which is an affection that can not let your heart to properly circulate the necessary blood for your body’s necessities. These hyperthyroidism complications can usually be treated with a proper medication.
  • Fragile bones. The hyperthyroidism which is not treated can also result in poor, fragile bones which also named osteoporosis. The bones resistance depends on the calcium quantity and also the minerals that are found in them. If there is a large amount of thyroid hormone intervenes with the body’s capacity to receive calcium in the bones.
  • Red, swollen skin. Rarely, Graves’ disease also can affect the skin, causing redness and swelling, usually on the shins and feet.
  • The crisis of thyrotoxic. Hyperthyroidism complications also includes thyrotoxic crisis, which is characterized as an unexpected enhancement of your symptoms, that leads to fever, a fast heart rate and also delirium. If this happens, ask quickly for medical care.
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