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Stygian

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Hello! A question for ladies that have irregular periods due to thyroid issues... So it was confirmed to me when I was around 14 or so that I had issues with my thyroid. I was given a medication to help regulate it and it got it back under control and I was also given a birth control that helped regulate my periods. Both medicines did exactly what they were supposed to and were very helpful. My question is... is there a way to get my periods back on track and regulated but not be prevented from pregnancy? I am aiming to be regulated and fertile 100%. Is there anyone else who knows this feeling and knows a potential solution?

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    • Stygian

      891d

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    • Stygian

      891d

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    • Lulu10

      894d

      It sounds like the reason for your irregular periods was the thyroid imbalance. If you stop taking birth control and keep taking the drug for the thyroid, I believe you will get normal periods. But best to ask you doctor before you do change anything

    • Stygian

      894d

      Thank yall so much!! πŸ€—πŸ€—

    • Fiesty

      895d

      The periods are irregular because some hormone in the body is out of balance. I recommend getting some labs that test your hormones to see what is deregulated, then find a way to regulate that without relying on the birth control.

    • lily234

      895d

      My gynocologist told me that to regulate I should stay on birth control until I wanna get pregnant and when I do want to I can try to go off of it, but if it's not regular I can take pills to induce ovulation. Talk to your doctor, and good luck πŸ’•

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