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What could be the cause for scanty periods in a thyroid patient post iui ?

hi i am 26yrs old female married i had an iui done on may 11 after 10days of iui i got brownish spotting and then it was bleeding lightly i went to doctor she said that your period has been started but i am getting confused that every month bleeding will be for 3days but this time it was only for 1 and half day please can you tell me whether it was period or what else and can i conceive or not? i am having thyroid problem for this i am taking eltroxin 25mg. we are consulting the doctor for 6 months after 6cycles she suggested for iui. please what should i do to get conceive as soon as possible?
Asked On : Tue, 31 May 2011
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Hi,thanks for query.Your thyroid is normal so there is no need to worry.In absence of any other major problem you chances of becoming pregnant are good.If one IUI cycle fails there is no need to worry.This can happen because of many reasons,please keep trying and to not worry.bye.
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