Is it possible that hormones change after delivery a baby?

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is it real that hormones change after pregnancy? Can it effect eyes, health, immune system and skin? When will it back to normal? After stop breastfeed or peroid back?

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    Hi Kitty

    If you continue to have problems, have your thyroid checked out as this caused me no end of problems after I had my first one! Have been on pills ever since and she is 32 now but at least I went back to normal!

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      This is my 2nd baby. I was very fine when I have my first one on my 19. I can do all thing I like and eat what I want. Now m 23, I start having no end problem. I often have flu, diarrheal, feel weak, more dryness on skin, dandruff, itch face, itch skin, inflamtion on wet part skin such as throt, and eyelid. I feel my life is so poor now. :'(
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      Thyroid deficiency can cause all sorts of skin problems,dryness, roseacea,etc, might be worth a test to see if this is the problem.
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      Thanks for info dear. Is it need to use medication to back to normal? Can't it solve by its own? For example after peroid come, is it change?
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    Sorry kitty, if it is thyroid deficiency it's permanent but pills will put you back to normal! Good luck.
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