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What care should be taken before getting pregnant? Sweaty palms. Developed hyperhydrosis on the hands. Could it be due to taking prenatals?

Hi Dr.! Okay, what can I do besides taking my prenatals before conception? We haven t tried yet...we will after I start and end my first period (this is because I just stopped birth control last month). Also, I ve been getting extremely sweaty palms every day since on the prenatals...for the past 3 years I have develped palmer hyperhidrosis (only in the hands)...and I never had it before then. However, after starting my prenatals 2 weeks ago, it has hightened.please help!
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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If your periods are regular,then just maintain the timings of your relationships that is see to it that you have it specially during ovulation time which is approximately 14 days prior to your next expected cycle,and usually in a 28 days cycle day 10 to day 21 are ideal for maintaining relations.
Continue with your prenatals and be stress free which would help you
The palmer hyperhydroais could be due to hormonal changes because of stopping the pills. I don't think you need to worry about that. If still anxious just get a thyroid test once.
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