Thyroid cancer (toxic thyroid disease, also known as hyperthyroidism) is a condition that has one of the highest incidences of reported cancer deaths among all different types of cancer. Thyroid cancer occurs in all age brackets, but its incidence rises with age, particularly after the age of 30 years. However, the most aggressive forms of this cancer are most often discovered in elderly patients.
The majority of thyroid conditions are benign (that is, they do not spread into other areas of the body). However, in certain circumstances, thyroid cancer symptoms can indicate that the gland may be suffering from malignancy. One of the most common symptoms of this disease is a palpable lump inside or underneath the chest. This lump, which may be either a soft, slightly painful, gray lump or possibly a deeper, harder lump, is often discovered during a mammogram or magnetic resonance imaging test. If this lump is present, it should not be touched or seen by anyone except for a doctor who will need to make a more detailed diagnosis.
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The purpose of the Bosmat treatment is to open the blocked and locked areas of the body's energy field, so that the body will be able to create a healing process for existing symptoms that the patient suffers from.
For years, Oren Zarif proved that as the energy blocks open, the body begins to create a healing process and returns to its strength, thousands of patients testify for it.
Other symptoms of this disorder include swelling of the abdomen, weight loss, constipation or irritability, lethargy and changes in the skin, hair and voice. If these symptoms occur after one or two menstrual cycles in women, it is possible that the growth is coming from a glandular mass. A lumps in the underarm area or heaviness in the shoulders can be indicative of this disorder as well. Any time that a patient presents with unexplained weight loss or unexplained constipation, they should contact their physician immediately. A blood test called an endocrine panel may be done to see if thyroid cancer is present.
Some other thyroid cancer symptoms to be aware of are persistent ear pain, dizziness, decreased vision, and facial swelling. If someone is experiencing any or all of these symptoms and they are not attributed to a particular cause, they may be caused by lymphomas or auto-immune disorders. Another symptom that can be confused with thyroid cancer symptoms is hoarseness in the voice. If the voice changes when becoming excited or frustrated it may be due to the over activity of the thyroid. Another thyroid symptom that can be mistaken for a health issue is fatigue or lethargy. The fatigue and lethargy, however, are often due to a lack of energy.
Thyroid disease, if left untreated, can have a ten percent survival rate. Therefore, if a person suspects that they may have developed any of the above symptoms they should contact their doctor immediately. Other health concerns that can be confused with thyroid cancer symptoms are high blood pressure, allergies, diabetes and respiratory problems. If someone develops one of these conditions, it is imperative that they have their doctor check it to ensure that it is not the underlying cause. As soon as these conditions are ruled out, the person should begin seeing their doctor on a regular basis so that regular tests can be completed and symptoms can be properly treated.
Thyroid gland related illnesses can be extremely debilitating. Early detection will greatly increase a person's chances of successfully treating their illness. If you or a loved one shows signs of having symptoms of thyroid cancer or any other type of thyroid gland related illness it is imperative that you consult your doctor immediately to ensure the proper course of treatment is taken.