8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Am 7week pregnant.my TSH is 4.9.is there any need for taking thyronorm tablet

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Answer: Hello dear... Your thyroidvalue is high, so consult doctor and start taking medicine, in first trimester it should be 0.1-2.5,and also include these foods in your diet, will be helpful.. Cereals Barley Carrot Egg Green leafy veggies Rock salt Coconut oil
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    Simija Midhun191 days ago


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