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Keep Track of Your Thyroid Eye Disease
source: Listen to Your Eyes - Horizon Therapeutics plc
The symptoms of Thyroid Eye Disease (TED) affect everyone differently. Some people may have only a few symptoms, while others may have a more severe case of TED. These symptoms can change or get worse over time, making it important that you observe and track any changes. The sooner you spot changes, the better your doctor can manage the disease.
Keeping track of how TED is affecting your day-to-day life and your state of mind is also important. Be sure to share these details with your doctor when you’re discussing your symptoms.
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