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Can a person taking medicines post thyroid pepellery cancer operation get pregnant ?

hi m 25yrs and was operated for throid pepellery cancer and m on medication for 5 yrs im taking 325 mcg a day , kinldy advice if there are any chances of me getting pregnant .
Asked On : Mon, 30 May 2011
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The thyroid surgery is not related to pregnancy... But if pregnancy is confirmed, and you need to continue the it, the you must not take any drug which is teratogenic.. because it will cause congenital defects in fetus... most of anti cancer drugs are teratogenic... hence you need to get counseled before getting pregnant...
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