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thyroid problem

By July 14, 2011 - 12:41am
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Last year in august i have gone through all the tests as i have irregular periods and have been told that i have pcos and thyroid was in normal range.As i have pcos i have been taking diane 35 all these months and stopped using them in this year may.Then missed my 2 periods till today.
I consulted gync last week as i missed my periods as i stopped using the tablets.She has done all the tests. After results doctor told that my TSH is 6.4UIU/ML hypo(range 0.3-5.1) and every other test is good and told that as i have been using the tablets theres chance of missing periods.

Asked me to consult endroconologist to check thryoid problem.
My query is:
Is it possible that i got hypothyroid as i used diane 35 tablets all these months?
And do u think in these 8 months there is chance of getting hypo thyroid?
how can my thyroid level change in just 8 months?
i am so confused and no one in my family has thyroid.feel free to ask me if u any queries.

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I have a hyperthyroidism and is it safe to take diane35 pills

March 11, 2016 - 4:48pm
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I hate my life. M just 20 n have been taking different medicines all my life.
To treat irregular mensuration. Last year i changed my gyne , she gave me diane35 for 5-6 mnths .I had some little problem in my ovaries.

Now i have hypperthyroid maybe coz of excess intake of diane35.
M just 20 n have these dieases . I hate that :(

January 8, 2014 - 6:15am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

These hormonal pills are hazardous...should not take it for longer ..it will cause thyroid related problems....

November 8, 2017 - 7:27am
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