Thyroid problems can definitely affect the vision. Thyroid eye disease symptoms range from no problems at all to permanent vision loss. Treatment of thyroid eye disease includes management of the thyroid hormones AND management of the eye conditions that the thyroid imbalances have caused. Since you are already being treated for the thyroid problem I recommend seeing an ophthalmologist or optometrist for your eye concerns at this point. Thyroid problems can lead to eye problems including concerns with dryness, corneal issues, eye muscle problems, and even vision loss. Your ophthalmologist will treat the eye conditions and refer you back to the thyroid specialist if necessary. I should be available throughout the afternoon to answer any follow-up questions you may have. Please consider positive
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Thank you for the response. Much Appreciated. If the vision problem is due to thyroid disease, shall i conduct a thyroid doctor first. Is this disease is not curable fully at all? I am much concerned. May be a confident word from your side my be a relief to me to get rid from the doubts. Your previous response is much apppreciational.
The complex word in your response put me in an anxiety to think much worse of my future. Just a thought response from your side will be much helful for me as a relief.