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Our Endocrinology and Thyroid clinic offers expert care for various Thyroid diseases and problems. Sprint Medical provides access to the latest screening services, a choice of diagnostics and treatment options, and Sprint Medical will help you throughout your treatment journey. Call us to access Sprint Medical Top Thyroid Doctor from all over the world.

What do you know about the thyroid?

The thyroid gland warped around our windpipe at the front of our neck that sticks around the windpipe. The thyroid gland shape is like a butterfly. We have many glands in our body, where these glands produce and release different kinds of hormones that help our body to do or feel many things. Your thyroid gland makes hormones that quite help to control different vital functions in your body.

When your thyroid gland doesn't function properly, it may impact your whole body. If the thyroid gland makes an excessive amount of thyroid hormone, then you can develop hyperthyroidism. If the thyroid gland makes a small amount of thyroid hormone, then it's called hypothyroidism. Both of the conditions are dangerous and need to be treated by an Endocrinologist or a Thyroid Specialist. Our experienced and qualified Thyroid Specialist Doctor can help you with issues related to the disease with online doctor consultation and locally you can now consult Thyroid Doctor in Allahabad near you with Sprint Medical in E-clinic.

How do thyroid glands function?

Thyroid Glands release and control thyroid hormones, which control metabolism. This is the process of converting food into energy. For normal body function and other organs to function in the body, Energy is required to take the food that converts into energy in metabolism. Metabolism is when it takes food and converts it into energy that we use to perform day-to-day tasks.

It has 2 specific hormones— T3 (triiodothyronine, three iodine atoms) and T4 (thyroxine, containing four iodine atoms). The thyroid produces hormones to analyze the body's cells and the energy they will use. If the thyroid gland is working effectively and properly, it produces the right amount of hormone to support the body's energy requirement.

This is all managed by the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland is located below your brain, which monitors thyroid hormones' controls in the body. imbalance of thyroid hormone, then the pituitary gland secretes its own hormone called (THS ) a thyroid-stimulating hormone. This hormone is sent to Thyroid Gland and helps it to balance the thyroid hormone.

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Thyroid Disease

The imbalance of production of thyroid hormone by thyroid glands leads to Thyroid Disease. When the thyroid gland makes too much hormone, Our body consumes energy quickly. This imbalance is called hyperthyroidism. Using energy quite fast will make you tired, Your heartbeat becomes faster, and it uses all the energy. On the other side, if the thyroid gland makes fewer hormones, then the imbalance is called hypothyroidism. Having less thyroid hormone can make us feel tired, we might gain weight, we may even be unable to cope with cold temperatures. These are the main disorders that can be caused by a variety of conditions. There is the possibility of these be passed down in families.

What are the possible causes of thyroid disease:

The two types of thyroid disease are hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.

Cause of hypothyroidism:

  • Thyroiditis:

    Swelling of the Thyroid Gland, It can cause you pain.

  • Hashimoto's thyroiditis:

    In this condition, the body cell is attacking Thyroid Hormone, and there is not enough thyroid hormone in the body. It's a painless disorder.

  • Postpartum thyroiditis:

    This occurs in 5% to 9% of mothers after childbirth. It goes away in a few months, and it's a very temporary condition.

  • Iodine deficiency:

    Deficiency of Iodine can cause an imbalance of Thyroid Hormone. Iodine is required for the Thyroid gland to work potentially.

  • A birth disorder:

    When the thyroid gland is not functional since childbirth. It a scarce condition and happens to 1 child out of 4000.

Causes of hyperthyroidism:

  • Graves' disease:

    This is when the thyroid gland is producing an excess of thyroid hormone.

  • Nodules:

    Overactive nodules within the thyroid can cause toxic MultiNodular Goiter.

  • Thyroiditis:

    When thyroid hormones are produced and stored in the same gland. This can be a painful problem and can go in 8-9 months.

  • Excessive iodine:

    Overeating of iodine can cause Hyperthyroidism When you have too much iodine. Excessive iodine in medicine can be found in some medicine, so please check the labels when you suffer from any thyroid problem.

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