12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, Last week, my wife went for her first test i.e., ANC profile and TSH level test. When we got the report, we found TSH level of 11.34 (all other tests are normal). Doctor suggested to take Thyrox 100 mg tablets during the entire pregnancy period. I wanted to know whether does it have any type of effect on baby? Please suggest.

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Answer: Hello... Sir your wifes thyroid level is high, since she started taking thyroid medicine it won't affect baby, so don't get worried, along with that include these foods in her diet will be helpful in controlling... Cereal Barley Green leafy veggies Carrot Egg Rock salt Coconut oil
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    sachin gupta597 days ago

    Thanks for the reply.

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