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Re: THYROID DISEASE AND INFERTILITY

Posted: Sat Aug 25, 2018 3:46 pm
by Stephney
Hello Suzzana, ho0e you are doing good. Please don't panic. One can suffer from thyroid at any stage of life. Many people get this disease in a very young age. You are lucky to get it after one child. Thyroid can be treated. But not completely. There are few medicines given to be taken while pregnant. I know it's very difficult but not impossible. Don't loose hope. Take care.

Re: THYROID DISEASE AND INFERTILITY

Posted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 7:11 am
by Maye Saan
Hello? How are you? Dear, Do not take the stress. It will increase your problems. Thyroid affects fertility a lot. You have to consult with a good doctor. Do not worry. Trust in God. Hope for the best. Good luck.

Re: THYROID DISEASE AND INFERTILITY

Posted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 5:50 pm
by Bethany Hadley
Hello to you dear . Hope you are well. I am so sorry to know about your problem. But I think you are just taking too much stress. Please try to stay relaxed and don't think much. Everything will be fine soon.Go for a walk, movies or dinner with your loved ones. Make yourself believe that everything is going well. Take care. Lots of love.

Re: THYROID DISEASE AND INFERTILITY

Posted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 10:02 pm
by alistina
Hello dear, How are you?I hope you are fine.I don't know the link between these.You are very motivating.All the best.God bless you.Good luck.

Re: THYROID DISEASE AND INFERTILITY

Posted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 12:05 pm
by Holly
Some problems are temporary. Their effect is not permanent. You were able to have one child. Therefore you will have more. Take proper medication. Don't let this get to your head. Enjoy your time with your kid. When time comes plan for more.

Re: THYROID DISEASE AND INFERTILITY

Posted: Wed Aug 29, 2018 11:22 am
by Harleen
Hey dear. Hope you are feeling better now. I think your doctor can help you better. If this hasn't created problem for you in your first childbirth then it may not later too. However, your specialist can guide you better. You should go see them quickly so that you can be treated. I hope it doesn't cause problems for you. Take care.

Re: THYROID DISEASE AND INFERTILITY

Posted: Fri May 31, 2019 6:42 pm
by emrogger
Suzzana wrote:
Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:20 am
Hi guys, i am passing through some mental torture and thought if I could share. I have never known my entire life that thyroid problem affects infertility. So when I was young, I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. Actually the family that I am coming from is prone to this type of diseases. I also have a sister who is suffering and is in a similar situation. It is something that runs in the family. I have also never known that such a disease can be genetically passed. To start, I am a proud mother of one. But within the first year of birth things started changing. I started facing amenorrhea, that is absent period. I thought it was normal because I was just from giving birth. I associated it with some hormonal imbalance. Then there came loss of libido. I also blamed it on the child birth. My husband started saying that it could be strange. So I went to see a doctor. I was told that I have hyperthyroidism. It has been something that comes and goes. Since I was young. I started doing research and found out that it affects fertility. I am now worried. I am married and want more children. What if I heal and it comes back again. Does it mean that I will be facing some fertility issues because of the thyroid disease?
The thyroid develops marginally in solid ladies in pregnancy. Thyroid issues can be difficult to analyze in pregnancy because of larger amounts of thyroid hormones and different side effects that happen in both pregnancy and thyroid issue

Re: THYROID DISEASE AND INFERTILITY

Posted: Fri May 31, 2019 6:49 pm
by emrogger
alistina wrote:
Sun Aug 26, 2018 10:02 pm
Hello dear, How are you?I hope you are fine.I don't know the link between these.You are very motivating.All the best.God bless you.Good luck.
Uncontrolled hypothyroidism during pregnancy can prompt genuine medical issues in the mother and can influence the unborn infant's development and mental health.