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Tomball Thyroid Treatment & Hormone Therapy

The thyroid is a small gland located in the front of your neck. It produces hormones that play an important role in metabolism, which is how your body creates the energy it needs to digest food, pump your heart and carry out other vital cellular tasks.

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Thyroid Overview

When the thyroid becomes diseased or dysfunctional, it may start producing too much or too little of these hormones, which can cause a range of symptoms.

If the thyroid is underactive (hypothyroidism), you may feel fatigued, experience constipation, and gain weight. Conversely, if the thyroid is overactive (hyperthyroidism or thyrotoxicosis), you may have trouble falling asleep, have loose bowels, and lose weight.

thyroid ultrasound

Common Symptoms of Thyroid Disorders

The signs and symptoms of thyroid problems vary from person to person. The severity of the condition also affects which signs and symptoms appear and when. The symptoms are also sometimes difficult to identify. For most people, symptoms of the condition progress gradually over many years.

Signs and symptoms of an underactive thyroid may include:

  • Fatigue
  • Constipations
  • Weight gain
  • Muscle weakness, stiffness, and aches
  • Depression
  • Dry skin and hair
  • Joint stiffness and pain

Signs and symptoms of an overactive thyroid may include:

  • Unintentional weight loss
  • Rapid or irregular heartbeat
  • Nervousness, anxiety, and irritability
  • Increased sensitivity to heart and uncontrollable sweating
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Changes in bowel and menstrual patterns

Diagnosis & Treatments of Thyroid Disorders

TrendHealth Clinic provides thyroid treatment in Tomball to help diagnose and treat your thyroid-related disorders. If your thyroid disorders stem from the over- or under-production of thyroid hormones, we will try to restore the hormone levels to their proper balance. Hyperthyroidism (too much) needs treatment that will slow down the making of thyroid hormone, while hypothyroidism (too little) needs hormone replacement.

Drugs and surgery are usually effective ways to adjust hormone levels. Other treatments, including diet supplements, herbal remedies, and special exercises, may relieve some of the discomforts and help the thyroid gland work better.

Our hormone therapy providers in Tomball, can prescribe thyroid hormone therapy for hypothyroidism. Other reasons for using thyroid hormone therapy may rarely include:

  • To control the growth of the enlarged thyroid gland (also called goiter)
  • To control the growth of nodules on the thyroid gland
  • Treatment after the removal of the thyroid for benign or malignant disease
  • After treatment of hyperthyroidism by radioactive iodine ablation

When to Visit TrendHealth Clinic

TrendHealth Clinic can diagnose, treat, and help monitor your thyroid disorder symptoms. Visit our thyroid treatment center if:

  • You have changes in energy level and mood
  • You have temperature tolerance issues
  • You have unintended weight fluctuation
  • You have changes in bowel habits
  • You have menstrual irregularities
  • You have an enlarged thyroid

Call or Schedule an Appointment with TrendHealth Clinic

You can make an appointment with TrendHealth Clinic by doing one of the following:

Call TrendHealth

Call us at 346-246-3424 to speak with one of our care managers who will be happy to schedule an appointment with one of our healthcare providers. We often have same-day and next-day appointments available.

Schedule an Appointment Online

To complete our online registration to book an appointment, click here.

Schedule a TeleHealth Visit

Schedule a TeleHealth Visit from the comfort of your home in Houston or anywhere in Texas. A TeleHealth Visit is appropriate for a variety of care needs. To learn more about setting up a TeleHealth visit with a member of our care team or the types of TeleHealth Visits that are available, click here.