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Can hashimoto disease cause eye problems?

My eye doctor told me that hashimoto disease could cause eye problems.What does that mean?
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  • Michelle


    Hashimoto's disease is an autoimmune disease. It can cause many problems for human beings. But so far, i didn't heard that hashimoto disease could cause eye problems. But they can cause paleness or puffiness of the face. Besides, people suffered from hashimoto disease can get tired easily. In addition, the disease can also cause constipation, joint and muscle pain, hair loss or thinning and brittle hair etc. So, treat it immediately if you suffered from hashimoto disease.
  • Jack percy


    First of all,u should know that it is the most common cause of hypothyroidism.Besides,as far as what I know,this kind of disease can be cured very easily so that u really don't need to worry too much about this.U may feel a little fatigue and I can tell u that this is really very common.And u should also be prepared that u may get ur weight increase.Just try to bee cool about this and accept proper and useful treatments.I can assure u that everything will be fine.