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Undiagnosed and untreated thyroid disease can be a cause for infertility or recurrent miscarriage. The thyroid hormone is important for growth and metabolism, and because it regulates cellular function, abnormal thyroid function can affect your fertility.
Hypothyroidism — an under active thyroid — is a frequent cause of infertility. If the thyroid in under active, the hypothalamus and pituitary gland can sense this and try to kick things back to normal by increasing levels of the hormones TRH (thyroid-releasing hormone) and TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) in your body. TRH, produced by the hypothalamus, prompts the pituitary to release TSH, which in turn stimulates the thyroid to do its job. However, TRH also prompts the pituitary to release more of the hormone prolactin. Elevations of prolactin can interfere with ovulation by suppressing release of the hormones LH and FSH, which stimulate the ovary. Low levels of thyroid hormone can also interfere with the rate at which your body metabolizes sex hormones, which can also cause ovulatory disorders.
Excess thyroid hormone — resulting either from an overactive thyroid gland or from taking too much thyroid hormone — can also cause problems. Thyroid hormone can block the effect of estrogen at various points in the body. That means the estrogen will not be as effective at getting its job done. This can make the endometrium (uterine lining) unstable and cause abnormal uterine bleeding.
A simple blood test for TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone ) is the most sensitive way to predict thyroid abnormality.
Some infertility specialists believe that for optimal fertility, the TSH level should be 2 mIU/ml or less. If you are found to have hypothyroidism, Homoeopathic medicines is very effective in restoring, the thyroid function and thus make normal  fertility.

Undiagnosed and untreated thyroid disease can be a cause for infertility or recurrent miscarriage. The thyroid hormone is important for growth and metabolism, and because it regulates cellular function, abnormal thyroid function can affect your fertility.Hypothyroidism — an under active thyroid — is a frequent cause of infertility. If the thyroid in under active, the hypothalamus and pituitary gland can sense this and try to kick things back to normal by increasing levels of the hormones TRH (thyroid-releasing hormone) and TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) in your body. TRH, produced by the hypothalamus, prompts the pituitary to release TSH, which in turn stimulates the thyroid to do its job. However, TRH also prompts the pituitary to release more of the hormone prolactin. Elevations of prolactin can interfere with ovulation by suppressing release of the hormones LH and FSH, which stimulate the ovary. Low levels of thyroid hormone can also interfere with the rate at which your body metabolizes sex hormones, which can also cause ovulatory disorders.Excess thyroid hormone — resulting either from an overactive thyroid gland or from taking too much thyroid hormone — can also cause problems. Thyroid hormone can block the effect of estrogen at various points in the body. That means the estrogen will not be as effective at getting its job done. This can make the endometrium (uterine lining) unstable and cause abnormal uterine bleeding.A simple blood test for TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone ) is the most sensitive way to predict thyroid abnormality.Some infertility specialists believe that for optimal fertility, the TSH level should be 2 mIU/ml or less. If you are found to have hypothyroidism, Homoeopathic medicines is very effective in restoring, the thyroid function and thus make normal  fertility.

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