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    Cheener posted:
    I am 35, hyperthyroidic and have been trying for over a year since graduating. went ot the dr one month ago was told that my AMH was .05 and I was devastated...made an appt immediately with a fertility endo and he seems hopeful...Just wondering there are any other hyperthyroidic ladies out there that are also trying...

    I had my first HSG today and my tubes were flowing!! doing the clomid test this week and may be trying to IUI this weekend if all goes welll with the ultrasound on Friday....

    I am somewhat scare and anxious about this whole endeavor and hope that i will be able to carry and able to concieve....


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