Dr. Rimmy Singla said that “The thyroid gland is the butterfly-shaped organ in the front of your neck that produces hormones that regulate your body’s metabolism and affect vital functions. Fertility refers to a couple’s ability to conceive and bring a baby to term. Too little thyroid hormone can impact fertility in the many ways.”
-: Disruption of the menstrual cycle, making it harder to conceive.
-: Interference with the release of an egg from the ovaries (ovulation).
-: Increased risk of miscarriage.
Common symptoms of hypothyroidism include:
-: Frequent and heavy -:menstrual cycles
-: Muscle soreness
-: Dry skin and hair
-: Weight gain
-: Intolerance to cold
-: Increased risk of premature birth.
But worry not! thyroid conditions can complicate fertility, but they do not make it impossible. First and foremost, properly regulating your thyroid levels will usually solve fertility issues that are linked to your thyroid. Autoimmune conditions can complicate pregnancy, but not always, and there is plenty you can do to make your body a healthier, more balanced system.