Although the condition usually affects adults, it can also sometimes happen in children and teens. They can have the same symptoms as grownups, but because thyroid hormones control growth, they frequently stop growing as expected. They may also have a delay in reaching puberty. In adolescent girls who are at puberty, hypothyroidism can cause heavy menstrual periods. Kids with hypothyroidism may also have some problems with schoolwork. They may start to do poorly due to memory problems and fatigue.
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