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On medicine for thyroid. On medicine to have periods, not got periods as yet. Not keen on pregnancy. Suggestions?

i had my last period started on 1st oct and then in november till date i have not got my period..iam 26 yrs married and on medicine for thyroid ( thyronorm) .. i did pregnancy test 4-5 times ( last on 22nd Nov) but its clear negative.. then doc told me to have duphaston for 5 days( once a day 10 mg) ..i started to take medicine on 23rd nov but stil no periods.. Iam muchhh worried..iam not ready for pregnancy..plz reply..
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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I can understand this, if you do have history of amenorrhea without the history of pregnancy then you need not worry about this neither this needed any medicine, you will have the menses without this wait for some times if this does not come then hormone study has to be done, hope this information helps you have a good day.
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