Question by  LearningBiker (38)

What are the symptoms of Graves disease?


Answer by  Travis404607 (3916)

Graves Disease is also known as hyperthyroidism, or an over-secretion of thyroid hormone. SYmptoms include increased protrusion of the eyeballs in severe cases, fast metabolism, rapid heart rate, and fluctuations in body temperature.


Answer by  cindy (1484)

Graves disease is a type of hyperthyroidism. It can cause fatigue, weight loss, heat intolerance, and diarrhea, and menstrual irregularity.


Answer by  raven (241)

Some of the symptoms of Graves disease include anxiety, irritability, sleeping problems and fatigue. These however, are not all. There also can be an irregular heartbeat, weight loss even though your eating enough and you can become sensitive to heat.


Answer by  mediamaven (579)

Some symptoms may include anxiety, irrability, fatigue, rapid or irregular heartbeat, sensitivity to heat, brittle hair, loss of weight despite maintaining regular diet regimen, enlargment of thyroid gland or goiter, change in menstrual cycle, increase in sweating perspiration, a slight tremor in hands or fingers, frequent bowel movements, and difficuly sleeping.


Answer by  Anonymous

I have Graves. symptoms were: weight loss, when extending my hand at arms length there was a tremor in my fingers; everytime I ate I immediately had a bowel movement ; eyeballs enlarge permanently so eyelids don't full close if not diagnosed early. Can damage heart if not addressed quickly.

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