Planning for pregnancy

Question: I'm a thyroid patient. Can I get pregnant?

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Answer: Hello dear There is nothing much to worry as proper medications can help u cure from thyroid problem and u can easily conceive.Taking the right dose of thyroxine, the hormone you lack, can restore your fertility.
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