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For nearly a decade, Sherrill Franklin battled an elusive foe. She lost 22 pounds without trying. Her face was flushed, her neck felt sweaty and clammy, and she felt inexplicably jittery. At times Franklin, who lives in a rural community an hour west of Philadelphia, endured bouts of dizziness.
The result was definitive and so was the diagnosis: Franklin’s TSI level was sky high. Such an elevation is a hallmark of Graves’ disease, the most common cause of an overactive thyroid.
Graves’ disease occurs when the immune system attacks the thyroid, causing it to produce too much thyroid hormone. This hormone controls the body’s use of energy and affects virtually every organ.
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