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Have hyperthyroidism, irregular periods, brown discharge, HPT negative. Pregnant?

I am 28yrs old married women. .I have hyperthyroidism[graves diseas] on medication .blood results are periods are irregular .my last period was jan 30..we planning for a baby .2nd day of my last period,I took Tab. clomid for my ovilation .but this month I got period on 7th evening.but it like brown to red blood only. no clots .and last until today[mar 12].is it normal period or any sign of pregnacy. but I did blood test on 9th it was -ve. so cofusing it any sign of pregnacy
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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In the present scenario, the only way to know the presence or absence of pregnancy is to get a serum beta-hCG measurement coupled with a trans-vaginal sonogram. Induction of ovulation should be done under the guidance of a specialist with proper cycle monitoring and timed intercourse and only then, it will be a success. It is more likely that you may be experiencing a metropathic cycle. Please see a gynecologist for a complete evaluation and treatment. Take care.
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