Thyroiditis is when your thyroid gland becomes irritated. Hashimoto's thyroiditis is the most common type of this health problem. It is an autoimmune disease. It occurs when your body makes antibodies that attack the cells in your thyroid. The thyroid then can't make enough of the thyroid hormone. Many people with this problem have an underactive thyroid gland. That's also known as hypothyroidism ("low thyroid") and affected people will need to take medicine to keep their thyroid hormone levels normal.
Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune disorder. Normally, your autoimmune system protects your body by attacking bacteria and viruses and with this disease, your immune system attacks your thyroid gland by mistake. Your thyroid then can't make enough thyroid hormone, so your body can't work as well.
Things that may make it more likely to you for to get Hashimoto’s thyroiditis are:
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Dr. Stone was diagnosed with low thyroid and Hashimoto's disease. No one could help her so she became a doctor and figured it out on her own. She used this challenge to build her thyroid transformation blueprint that is now the foundation of her very successful clinical practice.
With over two decades of clinical experience and a reputation as one of the world's leading practitioners. Dr. Stone has dedicated her life's work to transformation the lives of thousands of women. She has a remarkable talent for unraveling the mysteries surrounding hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's thyroiditis, offering effective solutions that enable women to reclaim their happiness, health, and physical appearance.
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