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Can I become pregnant while TSH values are on normal ?

Can I become pregnant while TSH values are on normality, but I am using therapy for this. Hello doctor . I am 24 years old and am married. 8 months prove to be pregnant but without result. I ve done the analysis of hormones and the TSH-reaultatet 8.9 mlU / L, T3-1.3 ng / mL, T4-9.3 Ug / dL. I used letrox 75 mg for a month, and values-TSH 7.4 , T4-10.1 , T3-1.2. My doctor has suggested the use of 100 mg letrox up examination after 2 months. Analysis of proclantin 21.6 ng / mL. My doctor suggested to use bromergon tablet. Could I be pregnant after this therapy, and how much time I have to wait until the pregnancy?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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Low thyroid and high prolactin are conditions that may affect fertility.You need treatment for both till your levels are normal and then try to concieve.Prolactin levels should be normal after 3-4 weeks of treatment but thyroid will hav eto be checked regularly.
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