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Can you get pregnant if you have thyroid problems?


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2014-06-17 19:21:29
2014-06-17 19:21:29

Yes, it is possible to get pregnant with thyroid dysfunction, although such dysfunction may make it more difficult to achieve. Additionally, thyroid dysfunction during pregnancy creates a high risk situation and requires frequent monitoring for the safety of both baby and mother. Try talking to your doctor about this.

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