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Can i get my period during pregnancy ?

i used a digital ovulation test stick yesterday and got a smiley face so my husband and i made love then this morning i woke up to find id been bleeding which im guessing is the start of a period, i havent had a period since may 20th had lots of blood tests fsh etc all normal fsh 6.9, only one that wasent was my doc said i had an under active thyroid gland been trying to concieve for two years i am 44 and going to start clomid this month. many thanks trudi email-
Asked On : Thu, 26 Aug 2010
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Thanks for query,
First you go for the treatment of hypothyroid and keep under control.
If you are obese then reduce your weight.
If you are diabetic then bring to normal blood sugar.
After this chances of having pregnancy is more.
Remain under contact with your gynaec.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 1 Sep 2011
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