Super Fertile At 40| THYROID.

Super Fertile At 40| THYROID.

Super Fertile At 40|PART 2: THYROID. In this video I will discuss one of the most important assessments when trying to conceive. Getting pregnant at 40 naturally is the main focus of my channel. Studies show that 25% of fertility cases have an underlying thyroid condition. From my experience that is an underestimation. In my experience I see that thryoid conditions are often missed and or mistreated. This can lead to a lot of wasted time and money as well as misery for couples who are trying to figure out why they can’t conceive (even with the help of IVF). Pregnancy over 40 can be attainable with the proper care. You deserve it.

Resources and Links Mentioned In the video:

Free Fertility Reports:
Improve egg quality-even at 40+:
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Hypothyroid Symptoms:
Weight gain or increased difficulty losing weight
Coarse, dry hair
Dry, rough pale skin
Hair loss
Cold intolerance (you can’t tolerate cold temperatures like those around you)
Muscle cramps and frequent muscle aches
Memory loss
Abnormal menstrual cycles
Decreased libido
Each individual patient may have any number of these symptoms, and they will vary with the severity of the thyroid hormone deficiency and the length of time the body has been deprived of the proper amount of hormone.

Direct to Consumer Thyroid Testing:
Optimal Thyroid Levels for Fertility
Recommendations from the Institute of Functional Medicine:

TSH 1-2 mIUL
Free T4 15-23 pmolL
Free T3 5-7 pmolL
Reverse T3 11-18 ngdl
TPO Antibodies less than 2 IUml
TG Antibodies less than 2 IUml

Supplements I recommend:
Best Maca For Fertility:
My Amazon store with personal fertility recommendations + Books on Thyroid mentioned:

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