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How can I regularize my periods in order to conceive ?

hello doctor i need gynocologyst im 9 weeks pregnant my LM i m 21 yeas...married life spoans 1.2 years..i had irregular periood after marriage and when examined it was suggesootive of pcos and hupothyroidsm i had tablets for 3 months and my thyoid level was likely to be normal and dr. cut down dosage but i didnt test for pcos nw last two months i got my period regulr and now i m 10 days late..what o i want to do to regularise and to concieve??NB. i m with my hus for two concecutive mnths for the first time now after marriage
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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You have taken treatment for Thyroid ,you have regular periods &you are with your husband for last 2 mths,-all these factors favour chances of pregnancy.

If you aer 10 days late. urine preg. test would confirm the pregnancy.In case it's +ve get your thyroid treatment adjested earliest. &don't bother for PCOD.
But if the test is -ve,go for PCOD treatment.
Thznk you.
Answered: Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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