Our expert says:
It sounds as if your under active thyroid gland is still under active as you are not seeing your periods in the last 4 months and you have an increase in weight gain. It is very important for you to either see a physician or a general practitioner so that blood tests can be taken to ascertain how severe your under active thyroid is. Having an under active thyroid will contribute to difficulty to in falling pregnant. If however you do fall pregnant and you have thyroid dysfunction then this may certainly affect the outcome of the pregnancy. My suggestion is that before you attempt to fall pregnant you should have normal thyroid levels under medication given to you by the doctor concerned.
Answered by: Dr. Y. Dasoo
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