Friday, February 5, 2010

Overractive Thyroid More Condition_symptoms My Friend Has To Get Her Thyroid Removed?

My friend has to get her thyroid removed? - overractive thyroid more condition_symptoms

ok just a lil heads .. Lol I am completely without a brain on this issue.

Ok if my friend had disappeared tons and tons of school (eg, lack of school 10 days a month.) Because I was very dizzy and had headaches and just felt terrible law was wrong.
She was hospitalized once for dehydration. (if it makes sense)

So now you're getting in surgery of the thyroid gland removed.

Some questions:

~ Whether pain during the surgery? As in the fight against next?
~ What do not affect later in life?

She told me she has a thyroid overractive. What does this mean?
I wanted to ask, but are not really close friends, and he would be kind of uncomfortable. But I always keep.
Thank you!


Emily said...

ATM I have an overactive thyroid gland, which is controlled by medication.
The operation will be called a thyroidectomy, the removal of part or all of your thyroid gland.
There will be pain, but it is monitored, while employed in the hospitals of morphine and other medications for the pain.
After the operation is expected to be in hospital for a week.
Some people have to collect a drip into the wound to a blood type. This is normal.
This could, as it might have to take drugs.
If your thyroid is removed, it will be on medication for the rest of his life.
The thyroid is a gland in the neck.
He produces too much thyroid hormone, so that you feel that way.
In most cases this will be controlled by medication, but sometimes we must remove.
For more information arrivals sites that explain it all =] ... ...

Alissa, R.N. said...

Hyperthyroidism can cause many problems. Hyperthyroidism Google and you'll get many answers. (not the mortgage to the contrary, a thyroid)

It will have a little pain, take as with any surgery, and she has medication to replace thyroid hormones for the rest of his life to stay healthy.

Cheerlea... said...

Are now, my mother was diagnosed with the disease of the thyroid: / And it was hard for my family, but my aunt had to remove, will not hurt a bit with him in the surgery, because its her! And you should have no bearing on her later in life if the surgery goes wrong .. but it will not happen! Believe me:) Oh ... Hyperthyroidism occurs when the thyroid gland is overactive and produces too much thyroid hormone. This will speed up the body functions and cause symptoms such as tremors, weight loss and anxiety.

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