hashimoto thyroid and pcos trying to conceivedear dr
i hope homeopathy will help me
i m 27yr,married for 2yrs i have pcos n hashimoto thyroid i m taking eltroxin 100mcg and folic acid.
dr gave me clomid50 mg for ovulation then hcg injection for rupture but it didnt happens n i didnt became preg.
my height --5.1
wt---56kg(which i want to reduce,but i cant).
my periods was irregular for which i have taken progestron but now it is regular n normal.sometimes feel pain in lower abdomanal during periods
i came to know about this is 1 yr back.i dont have very execs hairs also.
i came to know about this first just after 3 -4 month after the disease
my life is good,there is nothing for which i worry except my pregnancy
i feel hungry most of the time even i m full stomach
i like junk food
i have no family history of pcos but history of thyroid,n dibeties
no lump is seen on thyroid gland in ultrasound
MAIN SUFFERING----not getting pregnant
no mental suffering except which come before my period for which i pray this time i became preg.
I feel better in cold weather
i m ok with thunderstrom
i m sensitive to smell even i vomit if there is worst smell.
i have bad habbit of eating junk food
i think i got best husband n parents in the world
hunger: i want to have exess but i can control myself so normal
i sweat normal, more from head n under arm
bowel movement is normal but sometimes i find something in my stool which i have eaten before
i sleep normal 7hr,my posture is side way mostly on right,
diabetes is in my family
i m fair brown eyes black hair,which i m loosing.have normal body not over wt
i m living in uae.with my hubby.
plzzz advise me
help me out
ahmareennajmi on 2009-02-26
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