Thyroid Disease Difference Between Hashimoto and Hypothyrodism Share Pin Email Thyroid Disease Conditions Basics Symptoms and Risk Factors Testing and Diagnosis Treatment Holistic Treatment Weight Loss Hypothyroidism Impacts to Women's Health Dealing with Doctors Hyperthyroidism Thyroid Cancer News, Lawsuits and Recalls Thyroid Conditions Endocrine Autoimmune Diseases View All Updated April 06, 2016 Hashimoto is an autoimmune problem, when the gland is being attacked by the immune system. Hypothyroidism means that your thyroid is not producing enough thyroid hormones. This video will give you a more detailed look at both of these conditions. Continue Reading Up Next Up Next Article What is Hashimoto's Thyroiditis: Questions and Answers Up Next Article Hashimoto's vs. Hypothyroidism: What's the Difference? Up Next Article What is Hypothyroidism? Up Next Article So You've Tested Positive for Thyroid Antibodies. Now what?