Can Hyperteroid Sufferers Give Birth Normally?
I am a 25 year old woman pregnant with her second child with hyperthyroid can I give birth normally?
Originally posted 2020-04-16 11:00:06.
Hello Retno, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Hyperthyroid disease is one condition that must be considered during pregnancy because it can cause interference during pregnancy and also the risk of other diseases in the child such as:
High blood pressure during pregnancy Spontaneous miscarriage Premature birth Fetal death in the womb Stunted fetal growth in the womb Birth defects in the fetus Low birth weight Impaired thyroid hormone disorders in children Although there are several possible disorders during pregnancy, the determination of whether or not you can give birth normally all depends on your condition and your fetus before the weeks of giving birth. Hyperthyroidism itself is not an obstacle to giving birth normally, but there may still be other conditions that make the process of giving birth normally become disrupted.
For now, keep following the therapeutic recommendations and control your uterus according to your obstetrician's instructions or directions. If complaints arise prematurely when you do obstetrical control, it is advisable to immediately check with your obstetrician to prevent interference with your fetus.
I hope this helps.