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Can I get pregnant with hypothyroidism ?

sir,i m trying to get pregnant since 8 months..but no +ve result..i was diagnosed with hypothyroidism 8 mnths before n started with thyronorm 75mg.then repeatd the test n the tsh ,t3,t4 levels were in normal range,but still my doctor asked me to continue with the same thyronorm month before i repeatd the test n the values r T3-1.20ng/ml,T4-8.21 and TSH-2.78mlU/ now want to ask u whether i can get pregnant with these values to deliver a healthy kid??n how long can it take??
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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Welcome to HCM.
In case of hypothyroidism, the drugs have to be continued for quite some time, at least till you conceive and deliver a baby.
Thyroid is not the only factor responsible for infertility. Lots of other known and unknown factors influence fertility.
We have infertility problem in couples who according to all investigations are within normal limits, yet they fail to conceive.
Hence no one can predict the time limit within which you can conceive.
Wishing you all the best.
Answered: Fri, 15 Jul 2011
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