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Decreased periods bleeding. Taken Thyronorm. What could be the reason?

hello i am 41 years old lady .my bp&sugar levels were normal 2 months before i had regular checkup.i was diogonised with hemoglobion 9 and tsh 5.95 the doctor advised me to take thyronorm12.5mg,after 1month hemoglobin has improved to 11.6 and tsh 3.56. but i got the period 15 days before only &it is very very less.this month i got it intime but for last 6 days bleeding is there but very very less . i like to know what is the reason for this
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Diabetologist 's  Response
Aug 2012
Hi Veena. There is tendency of the menstrual cycles to vary one if your thyroid functions are not in normal range and two if you are a perimenopausal woman. You mentioned that your thyroid was checked two months ago and that time TSH was 5.95 which has fallen into normal range after taking the 12.5 micrograms of levo-thyroxine. But I would suggest to check the TSH after 6 more weeks from the last check up and also check for 'Anti-TPO'. These are the antibodies which are common reason for people to have autoimmune hypothyroidism. And if you are positive for the antibodies then it's likely that your dose of levo thyroxine goes higher. Other thing, if you have a family tendency (like sisters and mother) of menopause by around 41 years, then may be you are also perimenopausal and this is leading to the erratic cycles. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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