Thyroid Eye Disease Tracking

3 simple ways to keep track of Active Thyroid Eye Disease signs and symptoms

The symptoms of Active Thyroid Eye Disease (TED) can change over time. Some symptoms may change slowly and others quickly. The sooner you spot changes, the better your doctor can manage the disease. Medicines have only been shown to help signs and symptoms during Active TED, so it’s important to catch symptoms early.

Ways to keep track of Active Thyroid Eye Disease

Download the A.C.T.I.V.E Symptom Tracker to keep track of Thyroid Eye Disease Signs Download the A.C.T.I.V.E Symptom Tracker to keep track of Thyroid Eye Disease Signs

Download the A.C.T.I.V.E. TED Symptom Tracker

Noticing changes in your symptoms is an important part of managing TED. Not sure what signs and symptoms to look for? Use the A.C.T.I.V.E. tool to help you keep track and discuss them with your doctor.

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Selfie snapshot

Something as simple as a selfie a week can help keep track of TED. Your doctor can use these photos to check if the disease is getting worse.

Below are a few tips on how to take a good selfie:

  • Make sure the area is well lit
  • Look straight at the camera
  • Zoom in on your eyes, if possible
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Journal

You can download the A.C.T.I.V.E. guide or use your own journal to write down symptoms and track changes to your vision over time.

Be sure to check your eyes frequently. Pick a day of the week for a regular symptom check. If you notice any changes, let your doctor know right away.

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