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Can hypothyroidism lead to difficulties on conception ?

hi i have hypothyrodism and pcod i have been trying to conceive but unsucssesful this cycle my gynac has given me siphene 50 mg and told me to try alternate day sex from day 11 to day 18 day of my cycle will this help me they have not asked me to check my basal temperature or anythng pls do rep i have checked my thyroid and fbs its all normal
Asked On : Sat, 22 Jan 2011
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Hypothyroidism and pcod are very common causes of infertility. U need to check up your thyroid status regularly, and maintain euthyroid level(normal thyroid level), get thyroid hormone prescription from your doctor. siphene contains clomiphene citrate, it causes ovulation in pcod patients and thus regularize the cycle. infertility in pcod is due to lack of ovulation hence this drug is useful. follow ur doctors advice, take prescribed medications, u will conceive, dont worry... if this cycle didnt yield u the result then follow the same thing for next cycle but consult ur doctor before this.. take care..bye....
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