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Have blighted ovum, hyperthyroidism and delayed ovulation. Partners sperm count is 15 million per ml. Guidance?

iam 27yrs old,with 1 1\2 years of married life.trying to concieve since 6 months.had one blighted ovum after that had a bio clinical pregnancy as told by the Drs.iam a hypothyroid patient,my levels are periods are like 33 or 35 days cycle,even my ovulation is also husbands semen analysis showed only 15millions per ml.iam really worried with my condition,please give me a very good advice.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Hi Malavi,
Thanks for writing in.
You have had two spontaneous pregnancies in last 6 months, which indicates absolutely a normal fertility for a couple despite your slightly prolonged cycles & your husbands semen report.
Remember only only one sperm is required for a pregnancy & 15 million are good enough!
IF you thyroid hormone levels are ok you don't have to worry about this problem.
I suggest you to start taking folic acid supplements, improve your diet & general health & hope for the best.
Best of luck.
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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