Pre-eclampsia Increases Risk of Thyroid Problems
New research suggests that women who develop pre-eclampsia in their first pregnancy have a greater likelihood of developing thyroid problems later in their lives.
The study, published by the British Medical Journal showed that mothers with a history of pre-eclampsia had a higher probability of having high serum thyroid stimulating hormone concentrations.
Pre-eclampsia affects about 1 in 14 women and typically occurs after the 20th week of pregnancy. Little is known about why it happens or which women it happens to.
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