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    We have tried a couple yrs to concieve. i just had labs done and found out that i have low thyroid,testostorone and estrogen. I have an appt to start something for the thyroid and estrogen but hear adding testostorone replacement could cause birth defects. If i fis the thyroid and estrogen counts would i be able to get pregnant even if my testostorone was very low??
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