Does thyroid grow back?
Yes. It is practically impossible for a surgeon to remove every cell when performing a thyroidectomy. When taking thyroid hormone replacement medication following surgery, thyroid tissue that grows back will not be stimulated to produce thyroid hormone. However, if the patient discontinues medication after confirming regrowth, the new gland may start to overproduce. The result, hyperthyroidism all over again.
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If diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis can your thyroid fluctuate back to normal and then above normal without being on medication?
Yes, thyroid levels can and often do fluctuate from low to high and back low again in Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. Much depends upon your antibody activity (which fluctuates frequ…ently) and your consumption of iodine and other goitrogenic foods. . No, continue to see your doctor. Hashimoto's thyroiditis or chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease where the body's own antibodies attack the cells of the thyroid. Treatment is with daily thyroxin (with the sodium salt of thyroxine liothyronine). It is administered when the need to raise levels of circulating thyroxine is urgent.
Thyroid is a gland which assists in mediation of metabolisim. It produces a substance called Thyroxin. A lack of this chemical or oversupply of it may cause a person many medi…cal problems which may be helped with dietary changes and medication.
The thyroid is a gland just beneath the larynx in your neck. It produces what are known as thyroid hormones which are involved in oxygen consumption in adults and regulation o…f growth and development in children.
The thyroid gland produces hormones to control how quickly the body uses energy, makes proteins, and how sensitive the body is to other hormones.
Ir you touch your throat at the bottom of your neck, the last bump you feel it your thyroid gland. It should never be visibly protruding, just a little lump. It is a butterfly… shaped gland found at the front base of the neck. The thyroid gland is located on the front of the throat / Thyroid gland is located just below the larynx (voice box).
because of the excessive sweat discharge on your back and water's tendency to disperse heat, it is your body's best defense in keeping your body warm!
You don't get thyroids. you are born with thyroids and the thyroid happens to be one of the largest Endocrine gands in our body. The Enocrine Gland(S) or our endocrine system …is what secrete their products. For example : Pancreas, Ovaries, Testes, Thyroid gland.. The thyroid controls how rapidly our body burns energy, makes proteins, and how delicate our body should be to other hormones.
its when ur thyroid is under/over active causing u 2 b a hypo or b really lazy
Provided the correct, most current testing was done (at least Free T3, Free T4, TSH and TPOabs), when this happens, it's often called Sick Euthyroid Syndrome. Yes, testing …is not yet reliable enough to catch all thyroid problems, and each person is different in his/her thyroid needs. Within normal range does not mean it's normal for you.
Papillary carcinoma of thyroid (excellent prognosis)
I have had several thyroid biopsies and all of them were back within 2 to 3 days. I had one last Tues and it's still not available, altho the holiday weekend may be the reason…. I guess it's up to the pathologist doing the work it involves.
inflammation of the thyroid gland, a butterfly-shaped organ next to the windpipe
The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland that sits at the base ofthe neck, below the Adam's apple. This endocrine gland has twosides which are commonly referred to as the left …lobe and the rightlobe. Though small in size, the thyroid gland plays a pivotal rolein the overall health and well-being of the human body.
In the neck.