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hashimoto's thyroiditis and contraception

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  • Posted By: paulazsepulveda
  • September 2, 2010
  • 02:42 AM

I was 20 years old when I was diagnosed with hashimoto's thyroiditis. That was only last year, that same year I got pregnant with my baby boy. I almost had miscarriage twice, feb2010 I gave birth to my son. The obgyne said I cannot have another child because my womb would rupture if I get pregnant again. So I would like to ask which contraceptive is safe for me, I'm taking Levothyroxine (Eltroxin) now, I'm only 90lbs, and I have allergic rhinitis and allergy to seafoods, and also asthma.

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