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Question: I am suffering with hypothyroidism....what extra precaution should i take
Answer: Hello dear. Women with established hypothyroidism should have a TSH test once pregnancy is confirmed, as thyroid hormone requirements increase during pregnancy, often leading to the need to increase the levothyroxine dose. If the TSH is normal, no further monitoring is typically required. Untreated severe hypothyroidism in the mother can lead to impaired brain development. If hypothyroidism is managed and treated properly, then both mother and baby are likely to be well. The extra medical care that you receive will help you to have a healthy and successful pregnancy. Whether or not your baby will be born with hypothyroidism mainly depends on the cause for hypothyroidism in you. Hope it helps.
Question: M Suffering from pcod what should I do 4 conceiving
Answer: First of all check with gynaecologist and complete the proper course for pcod and keep a check by performing time to time ultrasounds. After the complete procedure when u can start tracking ur ovulation days. The maximum number of chances to get pregnant is ovulation period is happen right after 10 days of ur lmp and lasts up to 5-6 days. Now a days there are many kinds of ovulation kit available in the market to know to better results u can try them and follow the steps written on it. Also u need to keep ur diet healthy and be stress free coz stress is the main reason of infertility. So all the best take care
Question: I am suffering from gestational diabetes is it dangerous for my baby and what precaution should I take?
Answer: Heyy dnt worry ..diabetes in pregnancy is actually a common thing but you must take a good care to to manage it..have proteins that help in managing blood sugar.roasted peanuts are wonderful snack.remove all sugars ,sweets etc from your diet.take regular walks.it had helped my sugar to be normal till delivery.hope helps you too.....