Study Finds Link Between Preeclampsia, Thyroid

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Study Finds Link Between Preeclampsia, Thyroid

Post by caryn » Wed Dec 23, 2009 05:54 am

"If the woman is symptomatic — perhaps she gets tired frequently, she doesn't have much energy or perhaps she has elevated levels of LDL cholesterol and so forth — it could be due to thyroid and she could be treated with thyroxidine which is very inexpensive."

http://www.nih.gov/news/radio/dec2009/20091222preeclampsia.htm

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