Posts Tagged ‘subclinical hypothyroidism’

Infertility Linked to Subclinical Hypothyroidism

Infertility Linked to Subclinical Hypothyroidism

Infertility is linked to subclinical hypothyroidism, a recent study shows. The study looked at TSH ranges in the high normal ranges of women who are trying to get pregnant. Women with unexplained infertility had significantly higher median levels of thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) compared to a control group of women with infertility of a known cause according…

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Using Yoga to Ease Thyroid Dysfunction

Using Yoga to Ease Thyroid Dysfunction

Is using yoga to ease thyroid dysfunction an effective method of managing your debilitating thyroid symptoms? It is, according to the Akshar Yoga founder, the various stretching, twisting, and compressing yoga asanas stimulates the thyroid gland and instructs the body to release thyroxin, thereby helping in bringing back a healthy metabolism. He also states that…

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Your Weight: Why the Ups and Downs

Your Weight: Why the Ups and Downs

Your weight goes up and down, seemingly with no reason. How frustrating is that? After all, I love a Chinese dinner just like everyone else! And we do need to eat! However, then there’s that ugly weight gain that comes with that wonderful meal, not to mention the glass of wine! How come all those things we love have…

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Pregnancy Thyroid Problems: Should They Be Treated

Pregnancy Thyroid Problems

Pregnancy thyroid problems are very common, but the question that keeps coming up is this: should low thyroid function be treated during pregnancy? Kristen Fischer of sheknows explains that low thyroid function during pregnancy had formerly been linked to compromised neurological development in the fetus as well as higher risks for preterm birth and miscarriage.…

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