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Trying to concieve, had abortion, bilateral polycystic ovaries, hypothyroidism, irregular periods. Suggestions?

I have had an abortion last year in november at 3 &1/2 months since then i have problem conceiving, an ultrasound revealed bilateral polycystic ovaries, i have had hypothyroidism for 6 years and now is controlled at a dose of 50 mcg. my age is 30 and i have a 4& 1/2 years old girl conceived naturally. I have very irregular menses.
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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Welcome to HCM,

As you have poly cystic ovarian disease and hypothyrodism, both these conditions cause infertility.

You are on regular medication for hypothyrodism and is under control. so i advise you to consult your doctor and discuss about oral contraceptive which has to be taken for three months which will help both in treating your irregular periods and PCOD,and ovulation induction drugs which will help to conceive.


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