How do hormones affect a woman’s body in pregnancy?

We all know that hormones drive our bodies, making us grow, helping us to break down food, and controlling the amount of sugar in the bloodstream.

But how do they operate when a woman is pregnant?

Professor Tony O’Sullivan is the Head of Endocrinology St George Hospital and Sutherland Hospital. He joined Ellen Leabeater to chat about the hormonal changes a woman will experience during pregnancy.

Image: liljestrand on Flickr.

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