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 Can a thyroid problem lead to death?

Answer On One Hand: Thyroid Problems Can Lead to DeathBoth hypothyroidism (low thyroid production) and hyperthyroidism (high thyroid production) are potentially fatal. People with untreated hypothyroidism... Read More »
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Could I still have a thyroid problem if the thyroid levels are normal?

On One Hand: Thyroid Tests Are Not SubjectiveThyroid problems are a common issue among many people, especially as they age. A doctor who suspects thyroid problems will typically order a simple bloo... Read More »
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What is death % of thyroid cancer?

" the overall relative 5-year survival rate for thyroid cancer is 85% for females and 74% for males.[19]"85% of females are alive after 5 years... that is really really good
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What is the average age of death for people with thyroid problems?

The most common thyroid conditions include hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. With treatment and regular medical care, persons with such a thyroid problem can expect to live a normal lifespan as s... Read More »
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Is vomiting a symptom of a thyroid problem?

On One Hand: Vomiting May Indicate Thyroid ProblemVomiting may be a symptom of hyperthyroidism, which means overactive thyroid (the thyroid gland produces excessive hormones), according to Medline ... Read More »
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