symptoms may include:
loss or gain.
weight loss despite increased appetite.
loss with increase in appetite.
weight even though you are eating normally or more than usual.
heartbeat, irregular heartbeat or pounding of the heart.
(fine trembling of the hands and fingers).
hand tremors, or have a fast or irregular heartbeat, or have trouble
breathing even when you are resting.
sensitivity to heat, increased perspiration
a lot, and have warm, red skin that may be itchy.
anxiety or irritability
nervous, moody, weak, or tired.
fine, soft hair that is falling out.
frequent and sometimes loose bowel movements.
thyroid gland (goiter o goitre) - swelling at the base of the neck.
enlargement causing a lump in the neck.
myxdemia, which causes a thick redness on the front of legs and typically
occurs with Graves' disease.
delicate skin and irregular fingernail and hair growth.
blushing or flushing .
disturbance, such as decreased flow.
in menstrual patterns (usually lighter flow, less frequent periods).
impairment, memory lapses, diminished attention span.
disturbances, including insomnia.
or light sensitivity
irritation with excess tears
or double vision
or forward protrusion of the eyeball
Breast development in men.
of breath with exertion.