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Is hyperthyroidism can cause problem in pregnancy?

Is hyperthyroidism can cause problem in pregnancy?

Yes: Thyroid hormone plays an important role in fertility. Both low or high are not conducive to conception. However, if you normalize the levels with medication, you will conceive. ...Read more

Dr. John Geisler
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Molar Pregnancy (Definition)

A molar pregnancy, or hydatidiform mole, is a rare mass or growth that forms inside the uterus at the beginning of a pregnancy. It is a type of gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD). After treatment, serum HCG levels will be followed. It is important to avoid pregnancy and to use a reliable contraceptive for 6 - 12 months after treatment for a molar pregnancy. This allows for accurate testing to be sure that the abnormal tissue does not return. Women who get pregnant too soon after a molar pregnancy have a greater risk ...Read more


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Missed 3 periods,negatives pregnancy test.Hyperthyroidism not currently on medications. Can hyperthyroidism cause a false negative, or stop ovulation?

Missed 3 periods,negatives pregnancy test.Hyperthyroidism not currently on medications. Can hyperthyroidism cause a false negative, or stop ovulation?

See below: Hyperthyroidism is a known cause of secondary ammenorrhea. Lack of ovulation and menstruation is far more likely than a false negative pregnancy test. Please seek treatment for your thyroid disorder as it can do more harm than just missed periods. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hyperthyroidism/basics/definition/con-20020986 ...Read more

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7mm hypoechoic thyroid nodule and pregnancy related hyperthyroidism. Nodule caused by this?

7mm hypoechoic thyroid nodule and pregnancy related hyperthyroidism. Nodule caused by this?

Thyroid nodule: The thyroid nodule is not likely to be caused by pregnancy. Transient mild hyperthyroidism can sometimes be seen in the first trimester but should resolve as long as it is not an underlying problem that has not been diagnosed. Would suggest repeating labs for thyroid function at 16-18 weeks. Should talk to your doctor. ...Read more

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Hyperthyroidism and positive pregnancy tests?

Hyperthyroidism and positive pregnancy tests?

See your doctor: Thyroid medication often requires dose adjustments in the first part of pregnancy. You should continue on your regular medication for now, but call and make an appointment to be seen soon. ...Read more

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I have hyperthyroidism. Is taking ptu (propylthiouracil) ok in pregnancy?

Category "D": Ptu (propylthiouracil) works by preventing a final stage of thyroid hormone assembly in the gland.The fetal gland is generally finished forming by 11wks, & they begin to make their own hormone. While most would avoid ptu (propylthiouracil) after 11 wks, it is a better choice for early pregnancy than some alternatives. You need to discuss your pregnancy concerns with your dr & come up with a plan that works for u & baby. ...Read more

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How will hyperthyroid affect pregnancy?

Thyroid & pregnancy: The most common cause of hyperthyroidism in pregnancy is grave's disease. Most women and babies will not experience any significant problems if the graves' is mild. Treatment is with a drug to lower the thyroid production. Risk of hyperthyroidism in pregnancy: hypertension with protein in urine (increase risk of pre-eclampsia), infection, iron def anemia. Baby might have hyperthyroidism as well. ...Read more

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Hi dr, can I ask if propycil 50mg safe for pregnancy to treat hyperthyroidism?

Yes in early pregncy: Propylthiourucil (ptu) is the preferred drug during the first trimester, after that Methimazole is safer. It is recommended that the lowest effective dose be used. ...Read more

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Hypothyroidism & Hyperthyroidism?!!! Read about it on one of my pregnancy apps & now I'm very worried!! How does it happen?! Should I worry?!! Omgosh

Hypothyroidism & Hyperthyroidism?!!! Read about it on one of my pregnancy apps & now I'm very worried!! How does it happen?! Should I worry?!! Omgosh

Oh my gosh!: Relax, Your obstetrician will check your thyroid when you first turn up and most often it is OK. When not OK an endocrinologist will be called in to help take care of your thyroid. Pregnancy can be tough but the end result should be fantastic! Best wishes. ...Read more

Dr. Susan Wingo
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Hyperthyroidism (Definition)

Hypothyroidism is a medical condition that lowers the level of thyroid hormone to a point where the patient has a marked decrease in overall health. Often the patient does not notice the loss of thyroid hormone for several weeks or more. Once diagnosed with low thyroid hormone levels, the patient will be prescribed with thyroid hormone to a point where the thyroid levels are normal and ...Read more


Dr. James Dukelow
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more