Hyperthyroidism is a disease caused by the secretion of excessive thyroid hormone (T4 and T3) from the thyroid gland. This disease is also called thyrotoxicosis. Diseases that cause hyperthyroidism include:

Graves’ disease,
Toxic nodular goiter (Excessive hormone secretion from a hot nodule in the thyroid gland)
Inflammation of the thyroid gland (thyroiditis),
Excessive iodine intake (with patients with nodules drinking iodized salt or iodized cough syrup)
Excessive intake of thyroid hormones (excessive intake of drugs such as Levothyrone or Tefor)
Hyperthyroidism may also develop at the first stage of the disease during inflammation (thyroiditis) of the thyroid gland. When the thyroid gland is inflamed, pain occurs in the neck. Some patients have a fever.

A patient with hyperthyroidism develops the following complaints and signs :

Weight loss
Weakness in the muscles Nov
Trembling in the hands
Difficulty sleeping
Thinning and loss of hair
Thinning and moisture on the skin and excessive sweating
Increased bowel movements and sometimes diarrhea
Springing forward in the eyes
Deterioration in menstruation
Formation of an overgrowth (goiter) in the thyroid gland
Inability to tolerate heat
Growth of breasts in men
Bone resorption (Osteoporosis)
What happens if hyperthyroidism is not treated at all?
If hyperthyroidism is left untreated, weight loss continues in the patient; a heart rhythm disorder, heart failure, and a thyroid crisis, shock, and death occur during an inflammation or infection. Therefore, hyperthyroidism is definitely a disease that needs to be treated.

Surgical Treatment of Hyperthyroidism (Surgery)
Hypertroid surgery is performed successfully in our hospital. It is recommended for patients with hyperthyroidism, those with large goiter. Part or almost all of the thyroid gland is removed surgically. Hormones should be restored to normal levels with preoperative drug therapy. Surgery is also a preferred treatment option in patients with a hot nodule, but the nodule diameter is large.