Could Hypothyroidism Be Affecting Your Fertility?

December 15, 2023

Thyroid disorders are the most prevalent endocrine conditions that affect women. Hypothyroidism, in which the gland does not produce enough hormone, can cause issues with energy levels, mood, and fertility. Unfortunately, many women are unaware of how hypothyroidism presents, and they may write off the symptoms instead of receiving the treatment they deserve. While it can ... read more

Why You May Need a Thyroid Screening

September 15, 2023

Feeling under the weather for an extended period can mean various things. But if over-the-counter medication and sleep haven't gotten you feeling back to yourself, you may benefit from a thyroid screening. Thyroid malfunction, whether hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, can result in undesirable symptoms. Let's look at when to undergo a screening and how that can help ... read more

Keeping Tabs on Your Thyroid

By Womens Health Medical Group
November 15, 2020

Despite being a mere two inches in size, the thyroid gland sure plays a large part in our health. The thyroid produces a hormone that is carried through the bloodstream to every part of the body. This hormone plays a major role in regulating metabolism (the process in which the cells convert nutrients to energy), ... read more

Why Do You Need Thyroid Screening?

By Womens Health Medical Group
September 15, 2018

At Women’s Health Medical Group, we test the level and function of your thyroid hormones. These hormones are incredibly important for all kinds of body functions. Here’s why screening is so important. What does the thyroid do? Only two inches in length, the thyroid plays in a big role in our health. It produces a ... read more

Feeling Too Amped? It Could Be Your Thyroid

By Womens Health Medical Group
November 15, 2016

At the Women’s Health Medical Group thyroid screening is one of the typical screenings we do to check that the thyroid is functioning normally. This is important because the hormones released by the thyroid control energy level, menstrual regularity, temperature control, weight gain/loss, heart rate, breathing, and bowel function, among other things. Too much thyroid ... read more

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