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Thyroid disorders are common during pregnancy and their clinical features maybe similar to the symptoms and signs associated with pregnancy itself. 1,2 They are important to identify and diagnose, as optimal treatment instituted promptly results in favourable maternal and foetal outcomes. After parturition the thyroid function typically returns to the normal non-pregnant state by the end of puerperium, however, abnormalities may persist in some women. Postpartum thyroid dysfunction is defineddoi:10.18535/jmscr/v7i11.23 fatcat:2zfhzxbik5htlkawmydzhhmnrm