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Elevated Troponin Related Thyroid Infertility Problems
Troponin is an enzyme found in heart muscle, which is involved in the muscle fiber's ability to contract. It is extremely specific to heart muscle, and hence if levels are elevated in the blood, it points very confidently toward heart muscle damage as a cause of patient's symptoms. In fact, it is the test that is used to definitively ...Read more
Having fullness in my neck and shortness of breath, had ECG and troponin check all normal as well as cxr . I am already on losartan 25 mg once a day.?
Thyroid disease: Hypo- or hyper-thyroidism can affect pregnancies and lower your chance of conceiving. When you do get pregnant, both can have an effect on the fetus during development and after delivery. Therefore, it's best to see your doctor to make sure your thyroid hormones are in the normal range before getting pregnant. If you are pregnant, you should let your doctor know as well. ...Read more
Could thyroid disease be linked to infertility? I have been reading a lot about thyroid disease symptoms and think i may have a thyroid problem. I have never had insurance and don't go to doctors offices unless im almost dying. I have a lot of unexplained
Absolutely: If you are clinically hypothyroid or clinically hyperthyroid, it can cause infertility. Sometimes, with this thyroid disease you can get pregnant but it will increase the risk of miscarriage and in cases of hypothyroidism, it can adverse effects on the fetus. If you have thyroid disease you should consult with your doctor before attempting pregnancy. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Maybe: But not likely. Need more info to answer? ...Read more
My period was 16 days apart. I'm TTC. My thyroid was removed 3 yrs ago. Is this a sign of infertility?
Is there a connection between those who have papillary thyroid cancer (total thyroidectomy) infertility issues, and early onset of perimenopause ?
Partner having hormone & thyroid blood test for infertility.Will heavy drinking for two days 38hours before test affect result? Going on stag do.
Should be okay: Should be okay. Another way to answer this is to point out how fertile people can be while intoxicated. :). ...Read more
I have pcos 3 years infertility and TSH is 4.60 with all symptoms of hypo, my doctors are not concerned with thyroid should I find someone who is?
Expert consultation: I assume you were/are hospitalized for this. The pneumonia should be treated. The pneumonia could have been severe enough to cause heart strain leading to an elevated troponin. I also assume an EKG was done. You are young to have heart disease. Discuss with your doctor the need for further work up including echocardiogram, lipid panel. Possible referral to cardiology for heart catheterization ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Few things: Troponin is a marker of several heart disorder including heart attack. Other cardiac conditions such as inflammation of the heart muscle, inflammation of the sac around the heart (pericardoum) also can cause troponin release in the blood. Troponin is increased in cardiac contusion, defibrillation of the heart and some cardiac procedures. It is positive up to 10-14 days after the injury. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
TB lymphadenitis: No-this disease will not cause u to be infertile. That's at least looking at your 'whole life'. In the short term u may be 'wiped out' from fighting this infection, so sometimes your period won't come (hence you're not fertile for that month). The body does that to devote resources where they need to go -which is getting u better. U will get through this and be healthy enough to have a baby later. ...Read more
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