While pregnancy, as a physical state , is a situation that is ripe for various people mentioning various old-wives-tales, traditional interpretations being given for non-traditional symptoms etc, it is important to mention these to your gynaecologist, so that appropriate thyroid correcting actions can be taken, IF necessary. Ignoring a malfunctioning thyroid in a pregnancy is tantamount to ill treating the foetus.
Depending on whether you tend to be hyperthyroid,
hypothyroid, or have other autoimuune type problems, the situatio is correctable
if detected at an early stage.
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