Treatment for Graves’ Disease Eyes

Thyroid ophthalmopathy, also known as Graves' disease of eye, often coexists with autoimmune thyroid diseases such as Graves' disease or some commonly, Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Although the majority of patients with Graves' eye disease will present with together hyperthyroidism and the eye disease simultaneously, the eye connection may precede or follow the development of hyperthyroidism, or possibly present alone, without evidence for thyroid dysfunction. Although puzzling and confusing, various physicians suggest that we consider Graves' eye disease and Graves' hyperthyroidism as two separate diseases that may run independent courses.

If left untreated, Graves’ disease enhances the risk of serious disease or death due to cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. Therefore, timely management of hyperthyroidism caused by Graves’ is of utmost importance.

While you may require more invasive, conventional treatments, it is highly possible that for your particular hyperthyroidism, Natural Treatment for Graves' Disease is preferable in terms of safety, tolerability, and long-term effectiveness. Make an appointment with a natural or integrative practitioner, such as a naturopathic doctor or professional medicine doctor, to discuss natural hyperthyroidism treatments such as potassium iodide, vitamin D, selenium, L-carnitine, low-dose naltrexone, and supplementary.