Hypothyroidism…when the secretions are little

Hypothyroidism occurs when the thyroid cells become under active and secretion is too little. A variety of conditions can either temporarily or permanently produce hypothyroidism. One of the most common causes is autoimmune disorder in which the bodies own immune cells attacks the thyroid gland. Presence of an autoimmune disease such as vitiligo, Rheumatoid arthritis, or pernicious anemia can be a hallmark of hypothyroidism. This disorder is very common after pregnancy, particularly in the months after a baby is born, because the postpartum thyroiditis can begin around the time. A person with a family history is likely to get this disorder and infection, drugs, radiation also to be considered. Pituitary malfunctions, which act as a secondary culprit and in some individuals. However, the thyroid gland is healthy.

    A symptom of hypothyroidism begins gradually and vague that women cannot realize that they are affected by hypothyroidism. Initial symptoms are observed as tiredness and gaining weight with menstrual changes like irregularity, heavy periods, or loss of periods. Additionally, physical changes like puffiness of face and hands, intolerance to cold temperature with dry skin, hair loss and hoarseness of voice, constipation gradually develops and mentally the victim suffers from lack of sexual desire, loss of memory and depression. Muscular cramps and joint pains are also very common symptoms.

    Elderly women often complaints mimic the classic menopausal symptoms such as weight gain, lethargy, and painful joints, confusion and depression. The signs and symptoms of thyroid deficiency can be dismissed in men and women as inevitable aspects of aging.

Polycystic ovarian Disease woman and hypothyroidism often come as a package deal in some younger generations. Mostly they are pituitary origin, which is a secondary cause for hypothyroidism, makes them to suffer with unwanted hair growth, female pattern baldness and menstrual irregularities. These individuals are less fertile because it could change the entire hormonal regulation.

Arthritis, High blood pressure and Diabetes mellitus develops as a parallel disease gradually monitoring with the weight and make them to say, “ I take too little food, but I gains lot of weight”. Additional strain to the heart and blood vessels are also exerted by weight gain; make vessels atherosceloratic and heart with ventricular enlargement. The risk factors for heart attack and stroke are observed in hypothyroid individuals as the Bad cholesterol developers “LDL” Hypothyroidism patients has low heart and pulse rate.

       Weight gain with puffy face and hands
       Extreme tiredness
       Irregular periods
       Hair loss – Female pattern Baldness
       Dry skin
       Sluggish, depression and mood swings.
       Cold intolerance
       Slow pulse

Clinical evidence

       Hypothyroidism treated effectively with Homoeopathy
       Hypothyroidism with PCOD conceived after twelve years!
       A case of thyrotoxicosis recovered
       Hyperthyrodism patient conceived