What Are the Common Symptoms, Complications and Linked Conditions?
Hashimoto's disease is a well- known type of autoimmune disorder which can cause hypothyroidism. Shortly, the immune system attacks the thyroid. Damaged thyroid cannot make enough hormones that needed.
Hashimoto's disease’s common symptoms are;
Sensitivity to cold
Aches of muscles
Growth delay of child
Menstrual bleeding becomes heavier and takes longer time
Decrease in sexuality
On the other side of the coin is that this disease has major important complications for the pregnant woman which are; Infertility, heart disorders, pericardial effusion, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, post-delivery hemorrhage, low birth weight, and premature birth. Hashimoto's disease affects the baby badly as well.
Hashimoto’s disease includes linked conditions which are classified below;
Type 1 diabetes mellitus