Diseases of the thyroid gland lead to the fact that metabolic processes are violated in the human body, failures occur in the work of the CCC and the nervous system.
The increase in thyroid cancer is dangerous because at the first stages the disease is asymptomatic. As a result, when the expressed clinical signs appear and the person goes to the doctor it turns out that the disease has already been started. This greatly complicates the treatment.
One of the side effects of thyroid disorders may be a decrease in sexual desire. This is due to a decrease in the level of sex hormones. In addition, such symptoms of hypothyroidism as lack of energy, lethargy and apathy also play a role in reducing libido.
As a result of hormonal changes caused by thyroid dysfunction, women may have more prolonged menstruation with more than usual amount of discharge and pain in the lower abdomen. In addition, the periods between menstruation may be shorter.
In hyperthyroidism, an elevated level of hormones also affects menstruation. They may be shorter or longer, there may be very few or very few discharges.
Scientists have established that there is a clear link between thyroid problems and the irregularity of the cycle. If during the month there are abundant spotting, anemia can develop.
With moderate hypothyroidism, libido usually does not suffer, and in some cases even increases. However, this condition in women leads to a malfunction of the menstrual cycle, which can lead to miscarriage. As for men, they have swollen mammary glands and impotence may develop.
Almost 40% of men with thyroid gland hypofunction have difficulty with erection, and about the same number of women does not come orgasm.
In no case do you need to self-medicate when you have problems in the sexual sphere. The reasons for reducing libido can be many, including thyroid disease. Only a doctor can make an accurate diagnosis and prescribe the right treatment.