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Thyroidism, miscarried, trying to conceive. Will i be pregnant or not?

I am 31 yrs old woman, i am suffering from hypo thyroidism for the past 15 yrs. i got married before 2 years. I was carrying for 3 months and it was not active and it was removed before 2 months. i was taking bed rest with alternate days injection then also i missed. what is the reason, whether i can become pregnant again and get a healthy child. i am having eltroxin 75mcg also.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Firstly, you should have a complete evaluation to know the cause of your abortion. Most often chromosomal anomalies are the reason for first trimester miscarriages. The abortus should have been tested for the reason. If you have normal thyroid profile with the current dosage, hypothyroidism may not be the cause of the abortion; only the dosage has to be increased during the pregnancy as the demands rise through the later trimesters. Please have a prenatal evaluation before you plan for your next pregnancy and you can take prenatal vitamins. Good luck.
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