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    Pregnancy Advice

    Hypothyroidism (under active thyroid) and pregnancy

    Hypothyroidism (under active thyroid) and pregnancy
    Hypothyroidism (under active thyroid) during pregnancy affects about 0.5% of women. Thyroid hormone is needed for babies brain development. In the first trimester of pregnancy the baby is completely dependent on the mother for the production of thyroid hormone.

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    Epilepsy and pregnancy

    Epilepsy and pregnancy
    The first thing to say is that if you have epilepsy, the most likely thing is that you will have a healthy pregnancy with a good outcome for you and your baby. There are a few things to think of in advance.

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    Gestational diabetes

    Gestational diabetes
    Gestational diabetes means diabetes diagnosed for the first time in pregnancy and resolving after delivery. It affects about 10% of women. It is increasing in prevalence, probably due to the increase in obesity and older age of pregnant women. Screening for gestational diabetes is recommended for women based on risk factors. 

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    Blood Pressure Problems

    Blood Pressure Problems
    So if you have high blood pressure or pre-eclampsia during your pregnancy you might wonder what happens after you have your baby. For most women blood pressure problems start to resolve after delivery and by 6 weeks postnatally you will be off all medications and have normal blood pressure.

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