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Taken Siphene, done follicular study, have thyroid problem. Does this prevent pregnancy?

hello my name is pratiksha my question is i was given siphene for 5 days from day two of menstrual cycle and on 9th day i had my follicular study which was 8mm after that i was given argin for 5days we had alternate days intercouse on these days and on my 16th day my ovary size was 18mm after that we didnt have intercouse i met my doctor on 18th day she gave me fertigyn 5000 and also i had thyroid problem please tell me ,is this thyroid problem stops women to become pregnant and please tell me do i have chance of becomin pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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I really appreciate your concern let me tell you that certain conditions are there and that need to be fulfilled for conception and that are, presence of ovum and sperm ant the time of coitus and fertilization, if you have a thyroid dysfunction and you are taking medicine for this then no need to worry about this, and keep trying for conception, this is natural and physiological phenomenon, hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
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