What hormones does the thyroid gland produce for your body?

Mainly T4. Thyroid produces T4 which get converted to T3 (liothyronine) and is the active form. Thyroid itself also produced t3 (liothyronine). Thyroid also produces calcitonin which is involved in the regulation of calcium, .

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I know that the thyroid gland has a lot to do with hormones in the body. Can having an abortion trigger an under or over active thyroid?

Not that I know. It is regulated by your pituitary gland. And having an abortion does not usually affect your hormonal balance from your thyroid. If you are concerned you have to see an endocrinologist. Read more...