Thyroid Disease in Pregnancy and Fertility (Copyright © Columbia University Medical Center)
Publication Year: 2007
Overactive or underactive thyroid function is more common in women and can occur during pregnancy, after pregnancy, or may be the cause of infertility, fetal abnormalities, stillbirth and premature labor. This publication talks about the impact of thyroid function on pregnancy and fertility.
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