Hey guys, this is for my best friend. I don't think she has a SP account anymore so I figured I'd ask some questions for her.
She's been hypothyroid for a while, and recently went through her first round of in-vitro fertilization. She also has PCOS, which her and her husband knew would make having kids difficult. After the IVF failed, a slew of tests were done. It turns out she has Hashimoto's, so the doctors think her body would believe a fetus is a foreign object and attack it, as it does with her thyroid.
Anyone here have Hashimoto's, or have some tips for her? Anything she might not think of to ask her doctors? Has anyone with Hashimoto's successfully had a healthy child?
Thanks, as always!
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