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Hi, my doctor believes that I might have Grave’s disease, as presence of immunoglobulins which attack thyroid gland has been confirmed in my blood. Is it necessaraly Grave’s disease or not?

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Defect in the immune system with increased production of immunoglobulins (antibodies) which attack the thyroid gland, can be connected to overproduction of thyroid hormone and Grave’s disease. Symptoms include: fatigue, weight loss, restlessness, tachycardia (rapid heart beat), changes in libido, muscle weakness, heat intolerance, tremors, heart palpitations, increased sweating, nervousness & irritability. Graves' disease is not curable, but is a completely treatable disease. It affects you completely, but with regular medicine treatment it can be completely putted under control.
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