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How to reduce weight during pregnancy and will there be any effect due to thyroid problem ?

I have thyroid problem. Is it effect to pregnency. How to reduce weight . am taking homeo treatment since 6 months. please answer to question
Asked On : Mon, 27 Feb 2012
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Hello. welcome to HCM.
yes, a hypothyroid state if left untreated effects the baby. It is best to be euthyroid before getting pregnant and by maintaining it throughout pregnancy. In addition it is important to check the baby for thyroid as soon as possible after birth, which is a standard practice in most hospitals these days. Effective weight reduction will follow the same norms as for a non-hypothyroid person. eat healthy and exercise regularly. You have to take advice of your endocrinologist and homeopath doctor both, if you want to continue both medicines in parallel.
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Answered: Mon, 27 Feb 2012
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