Can there be any complications with your pregnancy if you have graves disease?

Answer Yes, you baby will have congenital hyperthyroidism or hyperplasia.

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How to Treat Graves' Disease?

Graves' disease is rarely life threatening. It occurs in men and women of all ages, but it is more common in women age 20 and older. The condition is the most common form of hyperthyroidism, and it... Read More »

Can Graves'disease cause cardiomyopathy?

On One Hand: Not DirectlyGraves' disease, which is caused by an overactive thyroid, doesn't directly cause cardiomyopathy, a condition that leads to a weaken heart. Cardiomyopathy has a variety of ... Read More »

Is Graves'disease caused by a virus?

On One Hand: Virus Is Not the CauseA virus has not been associated with Graves' disease. Scientists believe factors such as age, sex and heredity affect the likelihood of developing the condition.... Read More »

How to Recognize the Signs of Graves' Disease?

Graves' disease, an autoimmune disease, is a type of hyperthyroidism. The disease causes the immune system to mistake the thyroid gland for a foreign body, like bacteria, and attacks it. The thyroi... Read More »