1. Joanna-
    An underactive thyroid condition, that is not known, can be one of the factors which may make it more difficult to become pregnant. The fact that your condition is known and is now normal and well controlled with Synthroid means that this should no longer be a factor. There is no special reason to be concerned about having miscarriage based on your history alone. Synthroid should keep your thyroid levels within a normal range.

    In relation to your cervical mucous, sometimes you may notice more or less discharge at the same time of the month. There is not always a clear reason why this happens. An over – the – counter ovulation kit can help pinpoint the day of ovulation more clearly.

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