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Taking thyronorm. Missed period. HPT negative. Will I get period after taking maintane tablet?

Hi, I m Bency. Its been nearly 60 days since my last LMP. I have checked twice at home with the pregnancy kit, it shows negative. As per doctor s advice I ve taken maintane tablet for three days and completed this course since two days back. Its been two years since I ve got married. I checked at home before two weeks back it was negative. I m taking thyronorm 137.5 mg everyday and my thyroxine level is normal right now. So kindly tell me what should I do now. After taking the maintane tablet when will the periods come. Could u please reply me. Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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hi bency,the periods can come within a week after stopping the maintane tablet.since your thyroxine levels are normal your periods will get regular .consult your doctor if dont get ur periods after 1 week to look for any other pathology.thank u ,bye,take care.
Answered: Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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