Does Thyroid Disease Affect Difficult To Get Offspring?
Tonight … is someone who has a thyroid disease difficult to get children … please explain, thank you …
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Difficult to get offspring can be caused by infertility in women and men. Some cases are not known the cause, but some can be identified through examination by obstetricians in women and urologists in men. As for some of the causes that can be a barrier to pregnancy in women, namely:
1. Age factor. Generally women approaching 30 years of age begin to experience a decline in fertility.
2. Overweight and underweight. Both of these things interfere with the hormonal system which causes the disruption of the release of eggs from their ovaries (ovulation).
3. Diseases of the reproductive system, such as congenital defects of the uterus (the uterus has a divider so that it is divided 2), uterine tumors (myoma), PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) and others.
4. System diseases, such as thyroid disorders both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism both cause interference with egg ovulation.
5. And others.
So it is true what you are asking, that thyroid disease can be the cause of the difficulty of pregnancy in you. For that, you should undergo treatment to complete. In addition, consult with an obstetrician to plan a pregnancy program. The doctor will conduct further follow-up examinations to rule out other causes.
Meanwhile, you must be eager to undergo a natural pregnancy program. You can read about tips on undergoing a pregnant program here.
Thus hopefully useful.