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Pregnant with a chronic disease? Not advocating for your health care can have devastating consequences — and your doc can often make the situation worse.
Whether your child or teen has congenital or acquired hypothyroidism, these are the symptoms and treatments you should be aware of.
What you need to know if you’re planning on becoming, or are pregnant.
How to know whether it’s just typical postpartum fatigue and hair loss, or if it’s a larger thyroid problem.
Being postpartum comes with its own host of hormone complications, and when you throw in thyroid disease you end up with a double whammy. While you’re taking care of your baby, it’s also important to make sure you’re taking care of yourself — especially your thyroid disease.
We all know that breastfeeding has many benefits for you and your baby, but did you know that having thyroid disease could complicate your chances of breastfeeding? Find out how to increase your milk supply, and when it's okay to start weaning into formula.
A study finds that the combination of two anti-thyroid medications during the first trimester can harm your baby before they’re even born.
Stress can heighten the effects that your thyroid disease already causes, like lack of sleep and infertility.
In some cases, severe morning sickness while pregnant can be the result of thyroid dysfunction.
Believe it or not, it is possible for your newborn to have hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. Learn how to spot symptoms.