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I have a Papillary Cancer. I want to know the chances of being pregnant

It was discoverd that i have a Papillary Cancer in the year 2000. and i was given total of 750mmg of radio active iodine till 2008. As per my doctor i am in a stable situation and i am taking 125mmg of thyroxzine daily. I wanted to know the chances of being pregnent and what are the steps that i need to follow up before getting pregnent.
Asked On : Tue, 9 Nov 2010
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AS YOUR RADIATION TREATMENT IS NOT GOING TO AFFECT YOUR GERMINAL CELLS ANYMORE,YOU ARE FREE TO GET PREGNANT & DELIVER A CHILD IF NO OTHER COMORBID DISEASE EXISTS IN YOU & YOUR LIFE PARTNER!
GO AHEAD!ENJOY THE FRUITS OF PARENT HOOD.
DONOT FORGET TO CONTINUE YOUR CORRECT DOSE OF THYROID TABLETS,
GOOD NUTRITIOUS FOOD
WITH A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE & HAPPY CORDIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR PARTNER
Answered: Thu, 20 Jan 2011
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