You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally


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Thursday, August 09, 2018


The Often Overlooked Parathyroid Gland and It's Relationship To Miscarriage

We frequently hear about the thyroid gland, but there is another gland called the parathyroid gland.
 It's not really related to the thyroid gland except it happens to be close by. However, the parathyroid gland controls our calcium levels and when a woman suffers from hyperparathyroidism, the miscarriage rate increases as calcium levels rise. This very informative site explains more:

Parathyroid disease (hyperparathyroidism) is not common and it usually affects people in their 50's and 60s and 70s... but some young people DO get hyperparathyroidism (see our graph of patient's ages on another page). Treating parathyroid disease almost always involves elective surgery that can be scheduled weeks or even months ahead of time. One of the few times when parathyroid disease is dangerous and requires expert care and thoughtful preparation is during pregnancy. The pregnant female is at risk for significant pregnancy problems and complications, but more importantly, the life of the baby is at risk. Furthermore, even a 'normal' pregnancy and delivery do not eliminate the the baby's risk for development problems within their endocrine system -- because of the mother's high
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calcium levels. Lets look at some of these problems individually.


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The Risk of Miscarriage

Parathyroid Disease During PregnancyThe data about miscarriage (loss of the fetus) in women with hyperparathyroidism (parathyroid disease) comes from the medical literature and from our leading experience in this field. The bottom line, there is a dramatic risk for miscarriage in a mother with hyperparathyroidism. Well over half of all babies will be lost if the mother's parathyroid tumor is not removed. Importantly, the risk is directly related to the calcium level in the mother. Mothers with a very high calcium level (above 12.0 mg/dl) have the highest risk of fetal demise and death. Our recent study (by far the largest in the world) shows that the risk of fetal death is over 50% in women with calcium levels above 11.5, and as high as 85% when the calcium levels get near 13. This graph shows how the risk of pregnancy loss (miscarriage) increases as the mom's blood calcium increases.

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