Stomach Prb and AsthmaHello,
I stay in India. I got married 4 years back. My wife is having hypothyroidism since first baby delivered (three yrs back). She is very thin. During her first pregnancy she was having some problem of breathlessness. She was given nebuliation, at that time she was OK.
During her second pregnancy, she again had the same prb. After delivery, she got the same problem, she was given nebulization in the hospital. She was OK at that time. But this was more severe than the first one.
One test (July 07) was performed juct after the delivery (D-Dimmer), which was quite high 10 (normal range is
NTAGA on 2008-03-10
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