7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi I am 6week pregnant. I took all blood test. In that result shows thyroid tsh level is 4.9. so doctor suggested me morning empty stomach tablet. could you please tell, should I need to take tablet life long for thyroid? Will I face any problem during delivery because of thyroid problem? Won't it reduced to normal?

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Answer: Hi friend if you have develop hypothyroidism during pregnancy then there is a chances that it will become fine after some months of delivering the baby mostly it does become fine but in some cases you have to continue the medicine and the medicine dose keeps changing according to how it is affecting your body take care.
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