Monthly Archives: February 2018

Thyroid Function and Infertility: Wanted TSH < 2.5 ?

Physician-scientists from the neuroendocrine unit at Mass General Boston evaluated thyroid function measurements in health records of 239 women undergoing infertility evaluations over 13 years. Infertility is defined by inability to get pregnant after one year of unprotected intercourse and

Posted in Pregnancy, Thyroid

Tiny Thyroid Cancers Grow if TSH is > 2.5mIU/L.

In the past few years we have moved toward the idea that less is more in the management of thyroid cancers.  This is particularly true with small thyroid cancers (microcarcinomas, less than 1.o centimeters) that are common and often incidentally

Posted in Cancer, prevention of endocrine disease, Thyroid, thyroid cancer