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Thyroid antibodies and missed abortion

 
 
Reply Sat 12 May, 2018 03:00 am
Hi everyone , my wife had three missed abortion till now. We did many tests and among these something called thyroid antibodies peroxidase. It was positive , more than100.
Is this the reason behind misscarriage?

Thanks for any help.
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navigator
 
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Reply Sat 12 May, 2018 08:37 am
I am surprised that there are no one who replied to the same topic I posted 2 months ago!
Blickers
 
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Reply Sat 12 May, 2018 10:39 am
@navigator,
I'm no doctor but this study shows that 5o mcg of levothyroxine, (which is a normal dose for low thyroxine, I take it myself) reduces miscarriage in women with positive thyroid autoantibodies (TPO-Abs).
https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/91/7/2500/2656261

And here is something from the world renowned Mayo Clinic on what the thyroid antibodies peroxidase test is about.
https://www.mayoclinic.org/thyroid-disease/expert-answers/faq-20058114

Judge for yourself.
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PUNKEY
 
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Reply Sat 12 May, 2018 02:04 pm
I think the OP is asking if a bad thyroid caused these miscarriages.

That’s something the Dr. should be able to answer.
tsarstepan
 
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Reply Sun 13 May, 2018 01:52 pm
@navigator,
navigator wrote:

I am surprised that there are no one who replied to the same topic I posted 2 months ago!


Please read the site's term of service.

Quote:
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Not only that. We don't have any actual medical professionals that I'm aware of active in this community. If we do have them, they aren't open about it.
navigator
 
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Reply Sun 13 May, 2018 11:49 pm
@tsarstepan,
Thanks everybody. It's not medical professional I seek . Youe experience in life about such things. I only felt ignored.
chai2
 
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Reply Mon 14 May, 2018 07:45 am
@navigator,
What if no one had life experience on this to share? Was every supposed to post that they didn’t so you wouldn’t feel ignored?

If no one responded it’s because they had no response.

Just like your question on prostate size and infertility thread. You’re pleased someone responded, but didn’t bother to mention your question was now moot as you had in fact gotten your wife pregnant.
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mark noble
 
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Reply Tue 15 May, 2018 09:02 am
@PUNKEY,
Doctors are not biologists.

Hypo - Increase Iodine intake.
Hyper - Decrease.

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navigator
 
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Reply Tue 15 May, 2018 10:39 am
It's been four miscarriage now. I don't know what's wrong? Every tests we did was ok. Except this thyroid antibodies.
roger
 
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Reply Tue 15 May, 2018 10:44 am
@navigator,
With no knowledge or experience to share, I can only wish you the best of luck.
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mark noble
 
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Reply Tue 15 May, 2018 10:48 am
@navigator,
Is the sky, where you live, filled with chemtrails?
Do you eat soya-based foods?
Do you have regular flu-vaccines?
Flouridated water?
Eat meat, poultry, fish?
5g operational in your locality?

Happy bringing a child into the above?

Awesome! So Long, and thanks for all the fish
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navigator
 
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Reply Tue 15 May, 2018 11:12 am
Thanks everyone who came. Thank you dear roger. You didn't forget. No, we have a healthy life except ofcourse the water we bought as everyone. One thing, my wife family has a history of thyroid problem. However, her sisters have no problems getting pregnant .
Blickers
 
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Reply Tue 15 May, 2018 11:59 am
@navigator,
Well, as my previous post pointed out, there seems to be some correlation between the test and miscarriage.
navigator
 
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Reply Tue 15 May, 2018 12:12 pm
@Blickers,
Yes , the only treatment is an injection that must be taken daily throught the pregnancy!
Blickers
 
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Reply Tue 15 May, 2018 10:32 pm
@navigator,
I'm a man who takes 50 mcg, (50 ÎĽg) levothyroxine daily by mouth, which in the USA is considered the normal dose for hypothyroidism. I'm no expert, but I haven't heard of anyone taking shots of levothyroxine-at least it's not the usual way most people take it. So if you need shots, it might not be levothyroxine that is being given.

By the way, Hypothyroidism = thyroid gland not producing enough, Euthyroidism = Enough thyroxine

Here are two more studies. Apparently some women who are tested for Tsh before pregnancy show a normal level of thyroxine, but require supplementation as the pregnancy goes on. According to this study, the important thing to prevent miscarriage is for the woman to have the right amount of levothyroxine maintained during the pregnancy regardless of whether she had hypothyroidism before preganancy-she might get hypothyroidism during pregnancy. Check out the article:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23731335 (Abalovich study)

And another article on the same subject:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16621910

And a quote from a third article on the first study:
Quote:
Finally, in a slightly different clinical setting, a study by Abalovich et al. (4) showed that it was not so much the diagnosis of overt vs. subclinical hypothyroidism that mattered in relation with pregnancy outcome but mainly the adequacy of levothyroxine treatment. The outcome of pregnancy was compared in 27 women with hypothyroidism already known before pregnancy and who received an adequate levothyroxine treatment with 24 women in whom levothyroxine treatment was not adequately adjusted during gestation and who, hence, did not reach euthyroidism. When the treatment was not adequate, pregnancy ended with abortion in 60 and 71% of overt and subclinical hypothyroid women, respectively, with an increased prevalence of preterm deliveries. Conversely, in hypothyroid pregnant women who received an adequate treatment, the frequency of abortions was minimal and pregnancies carried to term without complications.

Source

Again, I'm just a guy on the internet, no medical training, so talk these things over with a medical professional. But this might be a guide as to what questions to ask.
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navigator
 
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Reply Wed 16 May, 2018 09:45 am
I appreciate you being here. Thanks for your time and effort Blickers. My wife takes 125 mcg daily. She tests regulary for any changes in dosage. We talked to a doctor here after the latest tests. One of the tests as mentioned called ANTI-PEROXIDASE AB and it was 110.2 iu/ml. This was much as the normal value should be from 0 to 34. So, the doctor said it's definately the reason . We now see her for preparation for the next treatment. Hopefully, things will turn out good.
mark noble
 
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Reply Sat 19 May, 2018 07:49 am
@navigator,
Not that it matters - But I HAD to research 'hypothyroidism', recently - To save my dog's life - And I learn well.

He was 4 days from death - Didn't recognise me - Couldn't eat, drink or move - Just peed and shat where he lay.

Now he's in perfect health.

All about iodine - And understanding 'iodine-BLOCKERS' in one's diet, water-supply and ecosystem.

Live and learn.
navigator
 
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Reply Sun 20 May, 2018 01:09 am
@mark noble,
Hi mark . glad that you figured out away to save his life .It's true , thyroid

can do this. One should consider it always. Thanks for being here.
mark noble
 
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Reply Sun 20 May, 2018 01:43 am
@navigator,
I'm no medical expert, navigator, but the 'vet' and his 'textbook' mindset - Was of no use, whatsoever.
I had to demand a prescription (He was certain would have no effect).
The 'vet' is now more 'learned' and the thyroid issue is resolved.

Brief: 'Brown thing', my dog - 11yrs-old - Boxer/staff runt - Born with a rare genetic 'fox' mange - testes removed at 8 months (Non-development) = low testosterone production, overworked immune system - Organ debilitation = thyroid incapacity.

Thus - The thyroid, thyro, calcitonin, t3, t4 - Was NOT the primary cause of his downfall - Once I stalled the infection - Thyroid productivity normalised.

addition: He doesn't eat processed foods anymore. They are nutritionless poisons that fund the pharmas.... another story.

I would suggest a daily dose of kelp (available at any heath-outlet) in supplement form - To everyone.

Also, if you don't source your own 'food' - You don't control your bio-functions.

Take a look at the issue from a 'natural' perspective - Don't rely on 'standardised' medical processes, alone.
namaste
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parijatak
 
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Reply Thu 14 Jun, 2018 01:29 am
@navigator,
Hashimoto's infection is an immune system condition in which the body assaults and pulverizes its own particular thyroid organ. In a sound safe framework, antibodies go about as the body's armed force to distinguish and crush trespassers not typically display in the body, for example, microorganisms, infections, growths, and parasites. On account of Hashimoto's malady, a faulty invulnerable framework wreaks destruction on the body by coordinating antibodies against its own thyroid organ as though it is an outside trespasser.
 

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