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Hyperthyroidism with pregnancy

Thyroid is one of the most important endocrine organs in human body. Thyroid hormone plays an important role in reproduction, growth and development and metabolic regulation of various system organs. Hyperthyroidism is one of the most common endocrine diseases, which is more common in female patients. The ratio of male to female is 1:4 ~ 6. Among them, 20~40 year old women of childbearing age are more common. Thyroid diseases are the second most common endocrine diseases in pregnant women. Data showed that the incidence rate of hyperthyroidism complicated with pregnancy was 0.5% to 2%. The abortion rate of hyperthyroidism pregnancy is as high as 26%, and the premature birth rate is 15%.


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