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I have hypothyroidism!

I've been struggling to get pregnant this last year (no success). (I do get regular periods, it's just VERY short and light).

Help! What can I do??
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replied May 17th, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to eehalthforum

Hypothyroidism can cause problems in conceiving and also effect ovulation.Since it has been a year consider getting a repeat thyroid levels done to see if there are any changes,USG scan to see if there is any underlying ovarian or uterine disorder and your partner's Sperm analysis done.
Kindly visit a Gynaecologist and discuss for ovulation study to check whether you are ovulating or not.

Take Care!


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