Top 15 Thyroid Quotes

Here we have the best Thyroid Quotes from famous authors such as Gail Devers, Carla Gugino, Shaun Ryder, Gena Lee Nolin, Emil Theodor Kocher. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

I was diagnosed with Graves' disease, an illness of the
I was diagnosed with Gravesdisease, an illness of the thyroid gland. Instead of surgery, I was given radiation treatment.

When my friends have a health concern, they call me. I’ve always been a vitamin taker. I also take digestive enzymes and antioxidants, and supplements that help with the thyroid and adrenals for my time-zone changes.

When I hit 40, I ballooned. I thought it might have been age, abuse, but it wasn’t, it was a thyroid condition.

It was later in life when I found out that I had thyroid issues and gained a ton of weight. I got up to 200 pounds.

The thyroid cells take up iodine with particular avidity and are able to store it up in great quantities.

Emil Theodor Kocher
I want people to know that blood tests alone won‘t always detect thyroid disease. My blood panels were normal. I think a lot more people have this disease than are diagnosed.

I have autoimmune disease, thyroid problems, and I’ve been diagnosed pre-diabetic.

If I make 140, I sacrifice a lot of things in my life: my diet, my training, my thyroid. It’s insane to make 140.

I think people assume that having thyroid disease means you‘re older and overweight, but in reality, thyroid disease strikes at all ages and affects all sizes.

I don’t have a thyroid anymore. I had radioactive iodine treatment, which destroyed my thyroid. I take medication every day.

While receiving radiation treatment for a thyroid illness, I had refused to take beta-blockers – a medication that would have eased its side effectsbecause they were deemed illegal by the sport‘s governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations.

I saw a woman wearing a sweatshirt with Guess on it. I said, Thyroid problem?

Having thyroid cancer in 2009 really didn’t change my life at all. I wish I could say that I had this epiphany. But I knew I was lucky before that, so it’s not like I suddenly realised how lucky I am.

I bike ride and swim but I don’t exercise ‘cos I like it. I do it because I’ve got a thyroid problem that can balloon my weight up to 20 stone if I stand still for five minutes.

I have to be cautious, have my thyroid levels checked, and as long as I do that, I’m fine.