Can Hyperthyroidism Affect A Woman’s Fertility?
, I am a thyroid sufferer aged 24 years and I know I have hyperthyroid disease at the age of 21. I have a question. Can I get pregnant if I recover? Because there is a neighbor who has healed but has no children
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Hyperthyroidism is a disorder in which excessive thyroid hormone production occurs. Based on several studies the presence of thyroid disorders can affect fertility of women, related to irregular menstrual cycles and problems with ovulation or egg release.
But with adequate control and therapy, the majority of these problems can also be cured along with the normalization of thyroid hormone levels. Keep in mind that a woman's fertility is also influenced by various factors and thyroid disorders are only one factor that can affect, several other factors:
Body weight is not ideal, either too thin or too fat
Exposure to chemicals
Family history of fertility problems
Anatomical abnormalities of reproductive organs
It is also necessary to do a study and evaluation of male fertility because in this case it involves the fertility of both partners.
In the meantime what you can do include:
Take medicine according to your doctor's directions and instructions
Maintain ideal body weight
Avoiding too much physical activity
Increase water intake
Sleep and rest enough
Avoid the air is too hot or too cold
Do not smoke
Do not consume alcohol
If you are worried you should check yourself with a specialist in internal medicine related to your hyperthyroid and obstetricians related to the pregnancy program to get further examination and treatment related to your condition
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