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Low Thyriod

I have a low thyriod hormon, i was doignised lats november and i have been blood tested for four months now. and recently i was told my thyriod is normal, but am not having my periods. sometimes i have pains in my tummy that would last for 10 minutes, on top of that am trying to get pregnant.

i work in the night and i try to sleep the whole day if am home. i have tried to beat stress but i think am failling now.

are there any suggestions some one has that would help me start my periods and hopefully get pregnant? i take medication for my thyriod its cold levothyrixine, i take it everyday.

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168348 tn?1379360675
Hello and welcome.. I'm not that well versed to be able to help with you question but wanted to say hello.  Did they test your Vitamin D levels?

C~
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could any doctor there please advise, i was told my thyriod is normal now and i have not had my periods, i really want to get pregnant, any good advise will be appricieted
393685 tn?1425816122
You obviously have issues going on right now.

Ok this will be a very odd question, but since you have not gotten your period, could you be pregnant right now?

Now if the answer is no - which I suspect, then you need to look further.

One thing we hear over and over here is "labs came out normal". When really... normal most of the time are not "normal.

It is helpful if you could list the tests you had done with the results. Many here can pick up on something.

I never heard of any thyroid medication - listed as "cold" What do you mean?
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i was a spelling misake, medicaion called levothyrioxine. i have not done any tests yet.
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