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Have thyroid, FSH and LH ratio abnormal. Can I conceive?

Hello doctor, I am 27 year old woman. Its been 1.6 years to my marriage and I am unable to conceive. I went for fertility tests and my reports says that I am having thyroid and my FHS and LH ratio is 1:1. Is it problamatic? TSH - 4.760 FSH - 5.97 LH - 5.75 My ultrasound report of Fallopian Tube is perfect. I am taking thyronorm ( thyroid tablet) 25 mcg from 45 days and folic acid from 2 months. Its hard family pressure on me what should I do now ? Please help.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Thanks for your query,
You will have to do many investigations to see that every thing is OK including ovulation confirmation, tubal patency confirmation, husband's semen analysis etc. In your case , controlled hypothyroidism does not cause infertility. So dont worry. Other reports are with in normal limits.I will suggest you to consult a good infertility specialist soon.
Best of luck and take care...
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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hi welcome to hcm.see first don't be too much worries because it adverse ur condition.u concern any gynec for that because having thyroid problem may conceive successfully with medicine.also check ur husband reports to rule out any regular exercise and yoga plus if u overweight then lose some weight.
u continue these medicine .
Answered: Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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