Hyperthyroidism can impact the menstrual cycle, causing irregularities or absence of ovulation, which can hinder or prevent conception.

New research confirms a strong link between thyroid conditions and reduced fertility, with 2.3 per cent of women with fertility issues carrying a diagnosis of hyperthyroid compared to only 1.5 per cent carrying they diagnosis in the general population. “Abnormalities in thyroid function can have an adverse effect of reproductive health and result in reduced rates of conception, increased miscarriage risk and adverse pregnancy and neonatal outcomes” said Amanda Jefferys researcher from Bristol Center for Reproductive Medicine at Southmead Hospital in Bristol, UK).

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