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Hypothyroidism And Miscarriage Risk
I have PCOS no periods. High risk of womb cancer, how high? How to be tested? Also high levels of oestrogen and testosterone hormones.
Absolutely!: Thyroidopathies are one of the most common reasons for high-risk pregnancy status. They can cause preterm birth, preeclampsia, diabetes mellitus, fetal goiter, fetal hyperthyroidism, cretinism, fetal arrhythmias among other complications. Finally, postpartum depression may be more common in the context of thyroidopathy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can sudden and strong scare cause problem at 23 week of pregnancy?I am high risk pregnant, with history of PPROM, currently low cervix w/cerclage
You should be ok: Preterm Labor and/or weak cervix are very complex conditions. You already do have the best evidence based preventative tool in use: a cerclage. PERSISTENT high emotional stress is not good for your overall health, but a one time high stress event should not adversely affect your pregnancy. If you have leakage of fluid or persistant vaginal bloody discharge, seek MD eval. Otherwise you should be ok ...Read more
Can Hashimoto's Thyroiditis lead to Thyroid cancer and is it a high risk for people with Hypothyroidism?
Yes: Let your physician know at once if you develop a lump ...Read more
Would thyroid issues such as, hypothyrism, increase the chance of having abnormalties or birth defects to my pregency?
Can endanger pregnan: Hypothyroidism can certainly endanger your pregnancy and lead to miscarriage or fetal compromise. The fetus depends upon your thyroid for the first 8-12 weeks. Make sure your thyroid level is normalized with brand name T4 replacement, and do it before you become pregnant. Check level during pregnancy as replacement needs can change significantly while pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is vomiting water while pregnant normal? Im a high risk pregnancy due to a low cervix and spontaneous premature labor my past 2 pregnancies.
Ask your OB MD: You need to contact your treating OB MD who is providing your continuing care for this answer, who will know your history and have examined you previously. ...Read more
Possibly.: It all depends on what type of cardiac condition you have; if it is only a mild mitral valve prolapse for example, you should anticipate completely normal outcomes. If it is something more serious, your cardiologist and perinatologist should devise a birthing plan to assist you and minimize the risks to your health. ...Read more
Can stress alone cause hashimoto hypothyroidism? Would periods of high stress cause higher TSH levels even while on levothyroxine?
No: Should see endocrinologist to run s thyroid test ...Read more
Can a miscarriage with my previous pregnancy of 10 weeks, caused increase in my thyroid levels to 4.6?
It depends.: If the elevated thyroid level is a high Free T4 @ 4.6 ng/ml with a low TSH ...Read more
Had GD last pregnancy, diet controlled.Does every subsequent pregnancy put me at a higher and higher risk of developing established Type 2 diabetes?
GD: Most likely but discuss wth your team who know you best. Check with relatives experience as well. ...Read more
11weeks pregnant with controlled hypothyroidsm, thyroid levels are verynormal.Down syndrome scan due nextweek.Does being hypothyroid concerns downsyndrome.
Yes: Osteoporosis, hypercholesterolnemia, early onset heart disease, weight gain, and sexual dysfunction just to name a few. If you still have your uterus intact ask your gyn about hrt with estrogen/progesterone. A small dose of testosterone may also be needed. In addition, if you are hypothyroid it is very important that you be placed on supplementation for that as well. ...Read more
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