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Anthony gary


02/17/2013

Does thyroid cause yellow eyes?

I have thyroid problems. Is it possible to lead yellow eyes? If not, what makes my eyes yellow? It looks really ugly.
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  • cook

    03/17/2013

    Yes, it is possible for you to get yellow eyes because of thyroid problems which could indirectly cause the problems of liver. This eye disease can be especially happened among adolescent and adult patients with mild younger. You should keep doing the above ways which will eventually help you release the outstanding eyeballs and get rid of the inner invisible bacterium in the eyes. If you keep on having the good rest for the eyes and take the healthy diet, your yellow eyes will disappear.
  • Robert Lipman

    03/21/2013

    Well, in my opinion, thyroid problems cannot cause yellow eyes. And if you have yellow eyes, it may be caused by some other reasons. Yellow eyes occur when the whites of the eyes (sclerae) take on a yellowish tinge. Also known as scleral icterus, yellow eyes are generally a sign of jaundice caused by a buildup of bilirubin in the blood. Generally speaking, there are many factors which can just lead to yellow eyes. For example, as well as yellowing of the skin, it occurs in children and adults when bilirubin builds up due to serious diseases and conditions that cause liver damage or dysfunction, or block the bile ducts. So for your situation, you need to go and see the eye doctor as soon as possible.
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