While it affects more than 12 percent of the U.S. population, often women between 20 to 40 years of age, Graves’ disease is a serious condition you should take note of. The autoimmune disease causes the thyroid to become overproductive and can lead to vision problems, swelling in the leg, and a host of other issues. Thankfully, you can treat Graves’ disease upon diagnosis. Find out what endocrinologist, Paul Sack, MD, recommends for treatment in this article from the Baltimore Sun.
Endocrinologist Paul Sack, MD Explains Treatment Options for Graves' Disease | MedStar Health