13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, I had a GTT test , blood routine,TSH and urine test. It found that am having TSH value at 5.47 and having some calcium oxalate crystals in urine. I am advised to take medicines for both thyroid and urine infection. Does it will cause harm to my baby ?

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Answer: Heyy dnt worry dear..I had thyroid issue too in pregnancy...was on 50 mcg thyronorm.as long as the TSH is in normal level not an issue .your baby would be fine .urine infection needs to be treated.you are already on it.not an issue again .please relax ..
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    Ros Mariya442 days ago

    Thanks dear

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