13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Am 12 weeks 4 days pregnant and i hv hypothyroidism, so that i took thyronorm 25 mg tablets during bed time. one week before i hv checked my thyroid and the results are tsh 8.142 & free t4 0.57.so that doctor ask me to take thyronorm 50mg at morning in empty stomach..doctor i want to know does it affects my baby or not?

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Answer: Hi dear it will surely not affect t ur baby. Infact now taking medicine can affect ur baby health.bplz try to reduce the thyroid level. Have food with less sugar. Keep ur bp under control
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