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Had miscarriages due to insulin resistance and hypothyroidism. Treatment taken. Now no periods, pregnancy test negative. Reason?

hello doctor, I am 34 yrs old and married one year back... in the begining i had two miscarriages by 48th day exactly...then was predicted with insulin resistance and hypothyroidism ....but by it is rectified... i had my last period by april 27th 2012...but still i didnt get my periods...still my pregnancy card test showed negative and blood HCG taken by 36th day showed i reached 40days of my LMP.. still everything seems to be negative with no periods...please help me with the detailed reason...(Note: my LH, FSH everything being normal)
Fri, 2 May 2014
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for writing to us with your health concern.
It could be due to stress, anxiety, weight gain.
Get PCOS ruled out as it can accompany insulin resistance.
You can take progesterone withdrawal therapy for delayed cycles.
Get fresh TSH done.
Take care.
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