8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is TSH flactuate during pregnancy?

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Answer: Hello dear... Yes, in pregnancy due to two harmones estrogen and hcg, it is possible to get your thyroid level high, but it is essential to maintain stable value for baby development
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Answer: hi dear if thyroid does simulating hormone is very high during needs to be controlled it has not been seen any adverse effects in most of the cases and babies but if it is too high then it might affect the baby that is why babies go through a thyroid screening test to check if they are safe so if you have thyroid you need to ensure to take your medicines on a daily basis be on a diet which your doctor has suggested be active to keep the level within control .. Hope this helps!
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