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Maternal Transfer of Thyroid Hormones

Role of breast feeding in providing the newborn infant with thyroid hormones

Transfer and metabolism of thyroid gland hormones in the placenta

Mitigation of cretinism by breast-feeding

Thyroid hormones in human milk and their influence on thyroid function of breast-fed babies

Breast milk thyroxine and not cow's milk may mitigate and delay the clinical picture of neonatal hypothyroidism

Effect of breast-feeding on infant thyroid activity: 3 year follow up--longitudinal study

Breast feeding and formula feeding affect differently plasma thyroid hormone concentrations in infant baboons

Does breast-feeding protect the hypothyroid infant whose condition is diagnosed by newborn screening?

Antithyroid drugs: to breast-feed or not to breast-feed

This website has been designed to help empower parents of children with thyroid disorders. All the information herein is subject to opinion. If you suspect your child may be suffering from a thyroid disorder it is recommended that you seek professional advice from a certified pediatric endocrinologist.
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