When your thyroid makes too much or too little hormones, it is called hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, respectively. Thyroid disease affects any age group, and can be present at birth or develops as you age. If you are a diabetic, you are at a higher risk of developing thyroid disease.
Hyperthyroidism – Anxiety, nervousness, increased sweating, muscle weakness,
Hypothyroidism – Fatigue, cold sensitivity, forgetfulness, dry skin, hair loss,
weight gain, muscle pain
As symptoms are easily confused with those of other conditions, thyroid disease can be challenging to detect. Through blood tests and physical exams, our consultants will be able to assess your condition and administer the best treatment plan to normalise your thyroid hormone levels.