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Scanty menses, diagnosed with thyroid, water bubbles in uterus, got proper flow in the following cycle without taking medicines. Suggestions?

hi,iam swathi,22 yrs old..iam unmarried.earlier i have perfect menses.i used get the period exactly after 28 days.4 months back i consulted a gynecologist as have no proper bleeding during menses & also i got the lately ..she diagnosed and said i have thyroid problem & water bubbles in uterus.she suggested me thyroxine sodium tablets,vitamin tablets & biotin & folic acid tablets...according to the thyroid profile TT3 is 110.33 ng/dl,TT4 us 8.1 ug/dl, TSH is 7.23 uIU/ml on 03-05-2012. on 04-07-2012 TSH is 4.58 uIU/ml. in the august i got the period properly without using tablets. can u please suggest how to get away from water bubbles? also suggest me the home treatment & diet..
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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You don't need to worry about water bubbles in uterus. Its just an ultrasound finding. You can continue your life normally even without thinking about it.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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