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Delayed periods, trying to conceive. On thyronorm medication. Blood test needs to be done. History of thyroid, PCOD. Pregnancy chances?

hi........ iam from XXXXXX. I have irregular periods before marriage itself but now it has become more worse. It gets late for a duration of 2 months or 1 month; it differs. When i get periods it lasts for several days. We would like to have a child as quick as possible. Its our 1st anniversary at coming August. I suffer from PCOD and thyroid hormone fluctuations leading to cholesterol of about 265; known after blood test and scanning. Doctor asked me to do mandatory exercise & check for strict food habits. He gave thyronorm tablets and asked for a blood test after 6 weeks. Is it possible to have a baby with out medications . Highly concentrating on regular exercise & good foods can correct all the disorders. Please mail me.
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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Dear ma'm, hi! life is posing challenges for everybody. take it easy. it is true that you can coneive with PCOD, high cholesterol and thyroid disorder. but you need to work hard. regular exercise, diet control and medicines to control thyroid balance, statins to lower cholesterol, and metformin for PCOD should solve your problems . regards!
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