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Hi i am 30 yr old now had missed miscarriage on 27th may and on 28th D and E was performed. During pregnancy thyroid was increased but now is normal still under thyronorm 12.5 medication. Ths test was done in Aug end. Tsh : 1.155 uiU/mL FT4: 0.9 ng/dL Trying to conceive from Aug but no success and now this month i got my period on 27th only for 2 days. Usually it use to last  from 4-5. Usually i had heavy flow on day 2 but this time its medium. Is there any issue or concern i am worried with the shorter period.
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You need to repeat the Serum T3T4TsH every 6 weeks when you are on thyroid medication. Sometimes you may have to increase or decrease your dose depending on those levels. Reduced bleeding in your case suggests overtreatment and it is time to stop /reduce / increase the Thyronorm 12.5 that you are taking
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1.Do Anti TPO and Anti TG also since you had a miscarriage and it could be autoimmune thyroiditis that follows a waxing and waning course as in your case 2. Take Tablet Thyropace along with Thyronorm 3. Avoid cabbage and broccoli and cauliflower 4. Review with reports on Practo for online prescription
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It's normal for the flow to reduce with age dear it's ok of you bleed 2-7 days a cycle .
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This may happen with increasing age or following abortions. Consult your doctor and get baseline tests done which will help you plan your pregnancy.
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