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Hyperthyroid, history of miscarriage, taken meprate, have missed periods, negative pregnancy test. Reason?

hi i am married and i having hyperthyroidism ....I had a miscarriage twice first miscarriage because i didnt know that i have thyroid second one is because my baby was in standing position and my doctor didnt infd me abt the same and she infd me to take a walk for half an hour daily from my fourth month onwards so i had a premature delivery after completing my sixth month... after that i have got my periods the next month ie on july my doctor infd me to lose weight hence i was on dieting but after july now its being two months i have not got my periods ....i have taken meprate pills twice a day for 5 days and now its been 7 days after the course of meprate but still i didnt get my periods ...i checked with the pregnancy kit it shows negative .. please help me what could be the reason ?????
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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First of all you have to control your conition of hyperthyroidism first. It is important to keep the thyroid level under control before you plan to concieve again.
Regarding the second premature delivery, it is not the position of the fetus which can cause this because of walking. Doing normal household work and walking is not going to do any thing in case of normal pregnancy like what happened to you. It may be because of some other reason, so keep in mine that walking or doing normal house hold work is perfectly OK in pregnacy until there is some complications.
Now the present case of not having the periods is may be because of some hormonal disbalance and usually after delivery it take 2-3 months to regularise this also. The drug meprate which is given to you is only a hormonal replacement and it is not a drug which will start the periods. Another important thing is that it may be becasue of the weight loss and your condition of hyperthyroidism which may be interfering with the periods. I would suggest you to get a proper check up for you thyroid profile and try to keep this under control and also keep in mind that hyperthyroidism is a chronic condition and requires long term and continous treatment.
Thanks and take care.
Answered: Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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