Is Thyroid a communicable disease?

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asked Nov 1, 2020 in Diseases Conditions by DarkSatar (710 points)
Is Thyroid a communicable disease?

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answered Nov 1, 2020 by Carrie123 (14,510 points)
Thyroid is not a communicable disease and you cannot get Thyroid Disease from being around someone who has it.

Thyroid Disease cannot be spread through kissing, sexual contact, sexual intercourse etc.

Thyroid disease is a medical condition that keeps your thyroid from making the right amount of hormones.

Your thyroid typically makes hormones that keep your body functioning normally and when the thyroid makes too much thyroid hormone, your body uses energy too quickly.

Thyroid disease cannot be spread through kissing or other contact.

Since Thyroid disease disorders are non-communicable diseases which means they cannot be spread from one person to another through kissing or through any other contact.

Also because Thyroid disease is not communicable it cannot be spread through sexual contact either so you're safe to have sexual intercourse with someone who does have Thyroid disease.

You won't and cannot catch Thyroid disease from someone who has it.

However if you do have Thyroid disease your sexual performance and sexual functions can decrease when you have the Thyroid issues.

But it cannot be spread through contact whether sexual or not.

You can safely kiss someone with Thyroid disease.
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answered Dec 30, 2020 by Judy (56,120 points)
Thyroid disease is a non communicable disease and cannot be spread to other people.

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