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Weight gain, joint pain, shortness of breath, sweating. Wants to take G-reg, thyronorm. History of PCO, thyroid. Safe to take both medicines?

i have both PCO and Thyroid can i take both medicines same time like G-reg and thyronorm? i have TSH = 3.54 mIU/ml recently and PCO right since i was 20. With such TSH can i go for IVF treatment? My symptoms are : weight gain , joints pain, pain in muscles, short breathness, feeling cold, lot of sweat while walking sleeping, chest pain.
Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. Harmone substitutes are used in place of natural harmones supposed to be there.
So both the drugs can be used at a time. You must be having some other health problems like gastritis eosinofelia
anaemia etc besides harmonal problems. I advise you to consult a physician for diagnosis of other problems. IVF
You explain your gynic regarding rest of the problems. Harmonal substitution will not have any negative effect
on IVF. Thank you.
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