Thyroid causes Irregular periods

Thyroid causes Irregular periods

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Thyroid causes Irregular periods
Posted in 2013

Thyroid causes Irregular periods 
Most of woman neglect their periods problem due to various reasons such as education, profession or other. At the time of conceiving problem they visit to various hospitals for solution. Finally they will test their thyroid gland.
God has created our body to function well for 100 years provided we follow healthy habits. Till today no health specialist or doctor explain healthy habits, to protect Thyroid Gland. I am receiving various messages around world how to solve their period problem, thyroid problem so that to have Healthy child. Let me discuss one by one.
In approximately 95 percent of cases, hypothyroidism is due to a problem in the thyroid gland itself and is called primary hypothyroidism. However, certain medications and diseases can also decrease thyroid function. As an example, hypothyroidism can also develop after medical treatments for hyperthyroidism, such as thyroidectomy (surgical removal of the thyroid) or radioactive iodine treatment (to destroy thyroid tissue). In some cases, hypothyroidism is a result of decreased production of thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) by the pituitary gland (called secondary hypothyroidism). (See "Patient education: Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) (Beyond the Basics)".)
Thyroid problems are more common in women, increase with age, and are more common in whites and Mexican Americans than in blacks.

Like most of our body’s processes, hormonal balance rules the menstrual period. One of the major players in this balance is the thyroid gland, located at the base of the neck. Women are five to eight times more likely than men to develop thyroid disorders, so many women need thyroid hormones (TH) to regulate their menstrual cycles. If TH levels are too high, you can develop hyperthyroidism and have fewer (or lighter) periods. The most common cause of hyperthyroidism is an autoimmune disorder called Graves’ disease. But medications, thyroiditis (inflammation of the thyroid), and excessive iodine intake can also cause hyperthyroidism. Aside from missed periods, symptoms of hyperthyroidism also include anxiety, insomnia, and muscle weakness. Hypothyroidism, caused by low TH levels, has the opposite effect on periods. Menstrual bleeding is heavier, more frequent, and accompanied by worse cramps than usual. Additional symptoms include exhaustion, weight gain, and dry skin. To check out how your thyroid gland is functioning, have complete blood work done by your primary care practitioner
My advise
1...  The thyroid gland is involved in regulating many of the body’s functions, like metabolism, growth, body temperature
2..     People with hypothyroidism do not produce enough thyroid hormones
3...    Some common symptoms of hypothyroidism include: tiredness, weight gain, dry skin, and irregular menstrual cycles
4...    If you are suffering from hypothyroidism you might notice
  • Feeling tired
  • Weight gain
  • Irregular menstrual cycles: cycles that are long or absent
  • Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • A higher sensitivity to cold
  • Swelling and edema
  • Dry skin and hair
  • Thinning hair on the head
  • Constipation
  • Trouble becoming or staying pregnant
  • Goiter (abnormal growth/enlargement of the thyroid) (1,5-8)
5..  If you are suffering from hypothyroidism  do not plan to have a child until it is cured.   
6...  Follow healthy habits to have a Healthy child
I told U many times to avoid unwanted medicines. 
Follow Healthy habits to avoid the problems...

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