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PREGNANCY IN THYROID PATHOLOGY

Complications of pregnancy occurring against the background of thyroid diseases:



1) early abortion

2) severe forms of early gestosis



3) high incidence of fetal malformations

- since thyroid hormones are necessary for the processes of normal differentiation of all body tissues.



4) the accession of infection, the death of the fetus from sepsis

5) rapid discharge of amniotic fluid

6) bleeding in the postpartum period



Medical
tactics.



Pregnancy can be saved with unexpressed thyrotoxicosis - goiter of the 1st degree.



Pregnancy is contraindicated in cases of severe thyrotoxicosis - goiter 3 degrees.



With hypothyroidism (myxedema), the ovariomenstrual cycle is disturbed (anovulation, amenorrhea), infertility often develops.



But if pregnancy has occurred, then its preservation is allowed provided that the pregnant woman takes thyroid preparations - thyroxine, thyronine.
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