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October 25, 2006



Hmm, maybe thyroiditis? Or just a weird result from the hormone changes going on with the drugs you are taking?
The good thing is that you can keep getting blood levels checked during egg retrieval and later during implantation and after. If you need treatment for hypo, thats easy. Hyper is a little harder, but still doable during pregnancy. You might need a specialist consult during pregnancy, but lots of women do okay, really.

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