Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

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The symptoms of hypothyroidism are very non-specific. Diagnosis is made, in addition to symptoms, by means of a physical examination and analytical tests.  

The symptoms depend on the degree of metabolic decline and include: 

Fatigued woman sweating

Tiredness, fatigue, sluggishness. 

Cold-feeled woman

Sensation of coldness. 

Two faces with different moods

A gloomy mood. 

Woman touching her head and holding a question mark. Memory Alteration

Memory impairment. 

Woman getting out of bed with unrefreshing sleep


Scale with an arrow pointing upwards indicating a weight increase

Slight weight gain. 

Woman with a pale face. Pallidity


Face with dry skin

Dry skin. 

A woman who falls for her hair. Hairfall

Hair loss. 

Woman with part falling eyebrows

Loss of the distal part of the eyebrows. 

Person with muscle weakness in pelvis and legs

Muscle aches. 

Buy with a drop of blood and arrows. Menstrual Rhythm Alteration

Irregular menstruation or increased bleeding. 

The symptoms and their intensity vary depending on the patient and the severity of the hypothyroidism. 

In some cases, hypothyroidism may be asymptomatic and diagnosed by chance in a routine blood test.  

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Substantiated information by:

Felicia Alexandra Hanzu
Mireia Mora Porta

Published: 18 June 2021
Updated: 18 June 2021

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