Does Hyperthyroidism Affect Pregnancy Programs?
I just had a blood test related to my thyroid condition, including blood hematology test (complete haematic, type count), blood chemistry and thyroid (blood).
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On the results of the examination of the thyroid function it was found that there is hyperthyroidism even though classified as subclinical or not severe form. However, thyroid dysfunction either hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism affect general reproductive health conditions. Abnormalities in thyroid function can result in the possibility of conception or conception decreasing along with menstrual cycles which are also disrupted, increasing the risk of miscarriage, risks to the womb and fetus.
In this condition, further consultation with internal medicine specialists is needed to assess when treatment can be given and also with obstetricians to assess reproductive health in general.
Examination of thyroid function is only a small part of the type of examination that can be done to evaluate the fertility of a partner. Burial examination must involve both partners, because both women and men contribute to an equal percentage of fertility disorders. The basic checks that need to be carried out include:
1. Transvaginal ultrasound
3. Sperm analysis
4. Hormone analysis if needed
If it is known the cause of fertility disorders from the results of physical examination and supporting examinations above, then new treatments can be planned in the future.
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