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Trying to get pregnant with endocrine problems

From: Fast2kFormula - 8 years 32 weeks ago

I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism, as well as an underactive pituitary gland around the age of 4. Around the age of 16 I hadn't started my period, so I was prescribed birth control pills. With the help of the pills, I have my period, as well as the cervical mucus and the pain on one side right before ovulation. My question is, with all of that on my plate, is there really a chance I can get pregnant without the aid of infertility drugs?

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