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Suffering with thyroid, PCOD's, history of miscarriages. Care to be taken while trying to conceive?

HI Doctore, not sure whether anyone can help me....I had 2 misscarriages..One in Sep 2011 and other in Oct 2012. First one has heartbeat but missed in 9 weeks and went for D&C and second one is blighted ovum [naturally miscarried after i came to know - 9 weeks].Pls suggest me what is the care that i need to take to plan for next pregnancy. Having Thryroid and PCOD s. Using Medication Thryroxine - 75 mg and Metformin -500 mg twice a day
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
Complete investigations are required to confirm the underlying cause and proper planning of treatment.
Go for cbc,urine,rbs,thyroid profile,torch profile,std profile,hormonal study and usg abdomen,pelvis with ovulation study.
You have to continue your thyroid medicines and also go for regular follow up.
Some hormonal management is also required due to PCOD.
Avoid stress,eat good nutritious food.
B12,folic acid,dha,minerals and other supplements will be helpful.
You will definitely get conceive.BEST WISHES.
keep in touch with your gynecologist.
Answered: Sun, 5 Jan 2014
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