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Yourwellness Magazine Follows Up Thyroid Disorders In Pregnancy Study by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Aug 2013 7:00pm With a new study finding that pregnant women with thyroid disorders are at greater risk for pregnancy complications, Yourwellness Magazine explored ways to promote thyroid health. On 29th May a new study Thyroid Conditions Raise Risk of Pregnancy Complication appearing in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, pregnant women ... Read on »
THYROID: Really Low TSH likely OK in pregnancy by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Apr 2010 11:35am My lovely fertility doctor, the late Dr. Alan Beer , was TOTALLY ahead of his time, and people in the medical community gave him SO much grief for it. For one thing, he advocated a preconception TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone--common test of thyroid function) of less that 2 (5 is considered "normal"). I usually feel best a 1.5 or below, so th ... Read on »
THYROID DISEASE AND PREGNANCY by Triumph Posted Tue 28 Jun 2011 3:07pm In a post last week, I wrote about how having a thyroid condition can affect your fertility. http://onereachinganother.blogspot.com/2011/06/thyroid-disease-and-fertility.html For this post I will focussing on having a thyroid condition and being pregnant. Having a thyroid condition means that you either have hypothyroi ... Read on »
The Ups and Downs of Thyroid Hormone: PCBs May Reduce Levels in Pregnancy by Environmental Health Posted Sun 31 Jul 2005 9:00pm The Ups and Downs of Thyroid Hormone: PCBs May Reduce Levels in Pregnancy Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Possible cause for some depression in pregnancy and postpartum- thyroid and Iodine issues by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:57pm From Mental Pro Dot Com: Thyroid testing identifies the levels of several hormones, including T4 and T3, which are the most active of the thyroid hormones; and thyroid-stimulating hormone, produced by the pituitary gland that controls the production and secretion of thyroxine. When T3 and T4 levels rise, the pituitary secretes less TSH, which cau ... Read on »
Flame retardants can harm your thyroid and pregnancy by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 3:40am Gah, 10 years ago we got rid of our carpets and brand new couch when we were about PBDEs, the common flame retardant. The stupid thing is, as we heard from our friend who is a furniture maker, that PBDEs make stuff burn A FEW SECONDS slower than untreated stuff and then you have the fumes. So basically the flame retardants do nothing. So w ... Read on »
Signs of Thyroid Trouble Tied to Raised Pregnancy Complication by Medline Plus Posted Thu 22 Jul 2010 9:00am Placental separation 3 times more likely if antibodies linked to gland disease are high, study shows By Robert Preidt Thursday, July 22, 2010 THURSDAY, July 22 (HealthDay News) -- The risk of placental separation during labor is three times higher than normal in pregnant women with antibodies th ... Read on »
Thyroid Disorders Tied to Complications in Pregnancy by Medline Plus Posted Wed 29 May 2013 2:00pm Up to 4 percent of pregnancies involve mothers with thyroid conditions, study authors say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Health Problems in Pregnancy , Premature Babies , Thyroid Diseases Read on »
Pregnancy Loss and Thyroid Levels by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 12:00am I'm pretty sure most of my readers are not trying to get pregnant, but this article from Empowher.com is interesting from a couple of standpoints: it talks about thyroid balance, something I know affects a lot of peri/menopausal women, and the information in this piece may be important to a loved one or friend who is trying to get or stay pregna ... Read on »
Thyroid Treatment Guidelines for Pregnant Women Revised by Medline Plus Posted Tue 14 Aug 2012 2:00pm Overactive or underactive thyroid can lead to dangerous medical conditions for mothers, newborns Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Health Problems in Pregnancy , Thyroid Diseases Read on »