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If you have Hashoa’s disease, the type of rare autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid gland, you might not know you have it.
It’s a serious autoimmune disease affecting the thyroid that causes fatigue, lethargy, nausea, diarrhea and dizziness.
Symptoms of Hashoa can include: 1.
A general feeling of dizziness, weakness, nausea or a general feeling that you are tired, sick, or have an elevated heart rate.
Weight gain or weight loss.
Tachycardia, high blood pressure, heart rate, or sudden, rapid heartbeat.
Seething or painful throat or gagging.13.
Seatedness, weakness or paralysis.14.
Abnormal sleep patterns.17.
Increased body temperature.19.
Weakness or loss of coordination.20.
Fainting or trouble breathing.21.
Feeling like you may pass out or faint.22.
Feeling sleepy or lightheaded.
Weak or difficult thinking.24.
Difficulty talking or understanding instructions.25.
Achy skin or sore throat.27.
Swollen, swollen glands.38.
Joint or muscle weakness.41.
Tumors or other problems in the body.
Other medical conditions.
Seek emergency care if symptoms of Hashimoto disease become worse or if your condition worsens.
Your doctor will ask you a series of questions about your symptoms, your diet, and how you are coping with them.
If you have questions about Hashoa, they may be related to Hashoa or related to the other conditions listed above.
If the symptoms of your Hashoa are severe, call your doctor or go to a doctor right away.
Keep in mind that symptoms of other diseases, such as depression, anxiety or diabetes, are common and can cause you to lose weight.
If Hashoa symptoms are worsening or worsening, you may need to seek emergency treatment.