35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi... My TSH level was 3 when i was two month pregnant.And it came down in to 1.5 in the 4th month of my pregnancy. So i just stoped the tablet. But now it became 3 again. So i have started the tablet again. Will it effect my baby's brain or any other problem?

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Answer: Hello dear, thyroid problem is common in pregnancy and you need to take proper medication prescribed by your doctor to avoid any adverse effect on your baby. However if you stopped and started this medication as per your doctor's prescription then it's fine but if you did self-medication then I am nothing to say. Hopefully it may not harm your baby. Now don't take stress as it can be harmful for your pregnancy. Take care of yourself and avoid vegetables like cauliflower cabbage radish spinach broccoli in your regular diet. Take care.
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    Abi Mathew678 days ago

    Thank you.

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