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Thyroid detection in late pregnancy, did not take medicines, delivered autistic child. How can I prevent this in next pregnancy?

hello doctor,i am 26year old ,my first pregnancy had in my 21.during that pregnancy the last month showing a little variation in my thyroid .i didn t take any 7months i m stayed in abroad(uae),after i came back in delivery was normal.but my chield is an autistic.we couldn t understood my chield problem until her 1 year.if any possible to become this variation to my chield problem.if any chance will come thyroid in my next pregnancy,please give me a suggestion to prevent thyroid.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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You are likely to get thyroid problem in the next pregnancy. You can get the test done by your doctor and treated and control your thyroid during pregnancy. You can't prevent thyroid problema
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