Hypothyroidism and enlarged thyroid have come across much scrutiny in recent years as to the exact cause of this hormone limiting disease. Among the several factors being considered, medical causes are gaining more in-depth research than nutritional causes. Several medical conditions are now coming to the forefront of the hypothyroidism debate and being linked to enlarged thyroid occurrence in men and women alike.
So what do these medical causes mean and does this mean that treatment options are more complex? Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis is said to be the most common form of enlarged thyroid and hypothyroidism in the United States.
Named after a Japanese doctor that discovered the condition, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis is believed to be a genetic medical condition affecting five out of every 100 people per year. While this form of Hashimoto’s can be treated and possible cured, its chronic counterpart, Hashimoto’s disease is a lifelong problem affecting roughly half of the population that have been diagnosed with thyroid disease. Grave’s disease is another form of hypothyroidism closely resembling Hashimoto’s. In both diseases, antibodies produced by the immune system, attack thyroid hormones released into the blood stream and attach themselves to the thyroid itself, causing decreased function.
Both bring about the possibility of a overly enlarged thyroid also known as a goiter. Goiters vary from the size of a dime to the size of a small melon. A sister thyroid disease that is commonly misdiagnosed as being Hashimoto’s or Grave’s is calle Atrophic Thyroiditis. The difference is that Atrophic Thyroiditis does not promote goiter growth.
One rare form of hypothyroidism called Riedel’s Thyroiditis, is an autoimmune disorder causing scar tissue to form around the thyroid gland, limiting thyroid hormone production and misrepresenting itself as a cancerous tumor. The scar tissue hardens and forms a sort of shell around the thyroid, imitating thyroid disease symptoms. Lastly, thyroid problems can also be caused by pregnancy. This form of enlarged thyroid is temporary and normally goes away once the patient has given birth and hormones have regulated within the body. This is commonly known as Subacute Thyroiditis and generally does not require treatment.
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