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Thyroid, missed abortion, no fetal heartbeat, spotting

Hi....i had a missed abortion in the 7th week of my pregnancy in January this year due to no heart beat. The probable reason for this was that I was suffering from thyroid which was noticed when first blood tests were done after i came to know that i was pregnant. I had my first periods in March after the abortion which were normal. And now the date for my second periods was 28th March, i got light spotting on 25th March late night and since then it is not bleeding with flow but its just minute bleeding....What is the possible reason for this?
Asked On : Sat, 31 Mar 2012
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I am sorry for your loss and the problems you are describing can be explained because of your thyroid problem. What is your latest thyroid profile and are you on medications for your thyroid problems? Hypothyroidism can lead to irregular menses, in form of either excessive bleeding or reduced amount of bleeding. Still to be on the safer side, you should consult your gynecologist and let her examine your once.
Get well soon.
Answered: Wed, 23 May 2012
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