FREE Health Chat - Thyroid Disorders: When Your Thyroid Malfunctions
Monday Jan 17, 2011, 08:00PM - 09:00PM (EST)
Come join Dr. Mark Lupo for a free, hour-long chat discussing thyroid cancer, Grave's Disease, Hashimoto's, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, and other thyroid diseases, symptoms, medications and treatments, including thyroid surgery, Radioactive Iodine treatment (RAI), fine needle aspiration (FNA) and thyroid stimulating hormones (TSH).
I am 23 years old and have an underactive thyroid i thought i had everything under control but i havent had a preiod for a year. I went to the doctors several times and they told me it was because of my thyroid. Eventually i was sent for an ultrasound and got diagnosed with polycystic ovaries. Is there a link do you know and does this mean i can never have children? i am so worried. I have been trying for a baby for a year and a half.
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