Question: My periods are irregular is this the reason m not getting pregnant
Answer: Hi dear,
I faced the same problem until last year. Check with a good gynaecologist. There are no. of reasons behind irregular periods & yes, it definately affects pregnancy somewhere.
Get your mensus regular before you start planning.
Question: Is thyroid is a reason for not getting pregnant????
Answer: Women need appropriate thyroid hormone levels to support a healthy pregnancy, so it is very important to carefully monitor expecting mothers who have thyroid diseases.
Poor control of hyperthyroidism during pregnancy is also associated with increased risk of miscarriage and stillbirth, hypertension in pregnancy, preterm births, and maternal heart failure.
So a strict medication should be taken under your doctors prescription byt few things that you can do yo maintain thyroid is following.:
Thyroid requires Magnesium to do its job well. Greens such as spinach (पालक ), fenugreek (मेथी) leaves and lettuce are good sources of this super mineral. Make greens a regular part of your diet.
Iodine is vital for regulating the functioning of your thyroid gland. We normally get enough iodine through iodized table salt. So ensure that the salt you use in kitchen is iodized.
Bone loss is a common symptom if you have hypothyroidism. Include foods that are rich in vitamin D, which together with calcium, will prevent bone loss. Omega-3 is also great to keep you healthy and regulate your hormones. Include foods such as , eggs, walnuts, flaxseeds and mushrooms in your diet.
Dairy products are rich in Calcium, which works with Vitamin D, to strengthen your muscles. Include whole milk, yoghurt, paneer (पनीर) and cheese in your diet.
Muscle loss is another problem during hypothyroidism and pregnancy. Include protein-rich food such as chicken, egg-whites, beans, lentils (dals) and pulses (राजमा, चना) in your diet which are all excellent sources of protein.
Cashews (काजू ), almonds (बादाम), walnuts (अखरोट) and various seeds like pumpkin seeds and flax seeds, are great sources of magnesium and protein, the importance of both which have been established above.
Avoid foods that can hurt your thyroid:Yes, there are quite a few of these. For starters, you need to stay away from goitrogens (food substances that further suppresses thyroid functions). Major goitrogens are cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. Soy or soymilk is also known to interfere with your thyroid’s function, especially if you have an iodine deficiency. Organ meats, such as liver and kidney, are full of lipid acids which if you intake in excess can disrupt both thyroid functions and thyroid medications you take
Question: Each month(past three month)my periods has stoped and the test showed I'm pregnant . But after that i had my periods . This is happening for the past three months like a routine , what would be the reason ??
Answer: Hello dear. The exact reason can be told by yoru gynae. Please consult gynae to understand what is happening. If you are taking any fertility drugs then it could ve a side effect of that but still it would be better to talk to a specialist to understand the exact reason for this. Hope it helps.