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What precautions should be taken for congenital hypothyrodism and PCOS? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 25-Mar-2014
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User:hi doctor
User:i had missed abortion last april.have congenital hypothyrodism and now PCOS is identified. what all things i need to take care?i am 24 years,married since 1 year.i am XXXX
User:my endometrium is 12mm thick.should i undergo endometrial biopsy?
Doctor:First important is regularization of periods
Doctor:The second thing is weight loss if overweight
Doctor:Third adhering to the medication that your doctor use
Doctor:Follow up regularly with your doctor and check for TSH, Free T3 and T4
User:ok.doctr..i am on first course of yasmin+glycomet.any side effects?
Doctor:I do not think the thickness of the endometrium judges the need for biopsy
Doctor:I think you should look at the benefits of the medicine than side effects
Doctor:These are perfect and common medicines that are prescribed in this situation
Doctor:With XXXXXXX the periods should be regularized
User:ok.shall i able to concieve a healthy baby aftr 4 months of taking these,if TSH is well mainatined?
User:waht might be the reasons for my last missed baortion?any chances to repeat?
Doctor:It is extremely difficult to knwo the reasons of abortion
Doctor:It is not worth the money to invest in identifying the cause with only one missed abortion
Doctor:If it repeats we investigate
User:ok.thank u doctor.
Doctor:If TSH is well maintained you should be able to conceive,the congential hypothrodism is the probable villain,right?
User:thanks a lot
User:will keep in touch
Doctor:Bye for now
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