Management Of Hyperthyroidism For Pregnant Programs?
hello doctor, my wife has had her first child after several miscarriages due to hyperthyroidism. after attending therapy from an internist, our first child could be born safely and normally despite having to be enlarged at 8 months of gestation. now, I am planning for a second child program. what steps should be taken, do I have to go to the doctor again so I can have a second child? What simple steps can I do if only with home therapy? thank you for your input and advice
Hello Mbah Snap, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Hyperthyroidism is a condition where there is an excess production of thyroid hormone by the thyroid gland (thyroid gland). This production disorder is based on research can cause various complications in pregnant women such as recurrent miscarriage, high blood pressure in the mother, premature birth to give birth to a baby in a condition that has died.
Because this disruption of hormone production can cause various complications during pregnancy, so if in a previous pregnancy a woman has been known to have thyroid hormone disorders, it is advisable to re-examine the internal medicine doctor when going back to the pregnancy program to prevent the onset of various pregnancy complications and get therapy when it's needed.
For now, if you really want to run a pregnancy program again, then the main recommendation is to check your wife's condition back to a specialist in internal medicine for reasons as mentioned earlier. In addition to undergoing therapy and other suggestions suggested by doctors, therapy must also be supported by several things that can be done at home such as:
Eating foods with balanced nutrition
exercise regularly and routinely
Avoid stress wherever possible
I hope this helps.