Hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism are common problems in pregnancy. It also requires treatment. This is because an unbalanced thyroid level can affect the health of both mother and child. This is because when a woman becomes pregnant or is planning a pregnancy, doctors advise her to get her thyroid checked first.
In fact, thyroid is a throat disease. Which is a large type of gland. Which releases hormones called T3 and T4. Both these hormones regulate metabolism, digestion, weight, temperature, heart rate, muscle and cholesterol in the body. This condition is known as thyroid disease. When the thyroid gland produces less hormones than needed, it is called hypothyroidism. And those who produce more are called hyperthyroidism.
Fatigue, vomiting, increased heartbeat, loss of appetite or dizziness, dizziness, excessive sweating, reduced vision, diabetes when sugar increases, stomach upset, weight loss. If not treated at the right time, women may experience high blood pressure, anemia, miscarriage, low birth weight, and poor mental development. There may be problems such as premature delivery.