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The thyroid gland’s tissue can overgrow, resulting in a nodule or small lump in part of the gland. Thyroid nodules are the most common thyroid disorder, occurring in up to 50 percent of people over age 50. Most nodules are harmless growths. The ATA estimates that less than one in10 thyroid nodules is cancerous. An estimated 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease.
Up to 60 percent of those with thyroid disease are unaware of their condition. And women are five to eight times more likely than men to have thyroid problems. The thyroid is part of the endocrine system and is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located in the lower neck.
Of those diagnosed with a thyroid disorder, 80% are women. A blood test can begin the diagnostic process. Acting Up. Hyperthyroidism is when the thyroid gland releases an overly-high level of hormones.The thyroid is a small, but powerful part of our bodies (located near the bottom of the throat) that keeps all of our organs in harmony and balance. Thyroid disorders are more common than you may think.
Over 20 million Americans have a thyroid disorder, Dr. Kellis says. In fact, thyroid problems are more common than. Thyroid disorders are more common in women. Signs and symptoms of thyroid problems depend on the type of problem, but may include weight gain or loss, heat or cold intolerance, sweating, fatigue, difficulty swallowing, a visible lump or swelling in the neck, irritability, puffiness in the face, or memory problems.
Hashimoto’s thyroiditis: an autoimmune condition caused by anti-thyroid antibodies. This is the most common form of thyroiditis and is around five times more common in women than in men. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis usually results in hypothyroidism, and thyroid hormone replacement treatment is. The thyroid is an important gland, and problems with this gland may be more common than you think: More than 12 percent of the U.S. population will develop thyroid disease.
Thyroid disorders are more common than you’d think. More than 12% of people in the United States will develop a thyroid condition in their lifetime, according to the American Thyroid Association. This amounts to roughly 20 million Americans, 60% of which are completely unaware of their condition. 5. What factors increase the risk of a thyroid disorder?Thyroid disease is very common, with an estimated 20 million people in the Unites States having some type of thyroid disorder.
A woman is about five to eight times more likely to be diagnosed with a thyroid condition than a man. You may be at a higher risk of developing a thyroid disease if you: Have a family history of thyroid disease. These thyroid diseases affect more women than men: Disorders that cause hypothyroidism; Disorders that cause hyperthyroidism; Thyroiditis, especially postpartum thyroiditis; goiter; Thyroid nodules; Thyroid cancer; What is hypothyroidism?
Hypothyroidism (hy-poh-THY-roi-diz-uhm) is when your thyroid does not make enough thyroid hormones. It is also called underactive thyroid.
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