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Miscarriage, still birth, extreme fatigue, history of depression and hypertension, advised thyroid tests. Is that right?

I m 35. 2 mc and 1 full term stillbirth Nov 2010. I m rh neg. was given 12 shots of rogram after c section. History of depression , htn (on meds since daughters birth). Extreme fatigue . CBC are off. I m now being checked for thyroid issues. Do I need to see a specialist that studies blood? Something is wrong and I need answers. Thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Thanks for your query. As you mentioned many of symptoms of hypothroidism like extreme fatigue, generalised weakness can mimic depression. Also sometimes throid disorders can have onset after a still birth. Hence, i would suggest to go ahead with thyroid function tests and consult an endocrinologist. You would also require an evaluation for depression by a psychiatrist. Hope you find the suggestions useful.
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Answered: Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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