A doctor told me that I was only supposed to take my thyroid medication during pregnancy, but that I was doing it anyway. This is one of my most annoying things to deal with and usually I just don’t know the reason why.
I think I have noticed a trend lately on this site with stories of people not taking their thyroid meds during pregnancy. We’ve had a few cases of people who have had to stop taking their meds for a very obvious reason, but I have been unable to find any of these stories. I still have my meds but I am not feeling as good as I have been in the past.
I understand that this isnt an uncommon problem either. The vast majority of thyroid-related problems are associated with the thyroid hormone itself, and it is well known that during pregnancy the hormone naturally decreases. If you’ve been taking a thyroid med for awhile, it’s likely to go away or your doctor may prescribe a different one.
The thyroid hormone itself is the hormone that controls our metabolism, heart rate, and the production of sex hormones. This is a very important hormone and our doctor should be aware of this problem. If you are pregnant and your doctor is not aware of this, he or she should be sure to advise you to get your thyroid tested.
The thyroid is very important for our growth and development. It plays a role in our metabolism and helps regulate the production of many hormones. If the thyroid is not doing its job, it can become depleted. But if the doctor is aware that you have a thyroid problem, it might be worth it to try to correct the issue. If you are pregnant and your doctor hasn’t diagnosed you with low thyroid function, you should get your thyroid tested.
I haven’t worked with pregnant women before, so I don’t know all of the normal symptoms, but I have to say that there are some things that I think you should probably be aware of before having the test done. As a pregnant woman, you are most likely going to lose a lot of water weight, since your stomach is going to expand while you are pregnant.
This is a major problem and can really mess up blood glucose readings, so if you are pregnant you shouldnt be trying to eat small amounts of something that has a higher concentration of carbohydrate. I am sure you have heard of the sugar crash, where a person’s blood glucose levels are quickly depleted if they eat so little that the amount of glucose they’ve been consuming is drastically reduced.
I know how that feels. I was doing it with my sugar crash. I was having trouble with the glucose readings and was taking a lot of medications for it.
The key to staying alive during pregnancy is to not overdose on insulin or other medications. If you have taken one of these, you may have lost control of your blood glucose and have been on your own blood glucose roller coaster for a while.
If you’re having a hard time losing weight or finding the right weight-loss program, you may struggle with this too. Even if you don’t have a medical condition, you may have tried to lose weight without knowing that you were doing so. The hormones released by pregnancy can have a drastic effect on your weight. Hormones are hormones. They’re not your weight.