34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi doctor my thyroid level is 5.09.. I'm 33 weeks pregnant now.. does it affect my baby?

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Answer: hi dear! so your thyroid is a bit high it should be less than 3 dear. but dont worry you might have to take thyronorm . so do consult with your doctor and do not leave it untreated dear. if left untreated it can affect the baby . so do visit our doctor dear. take care.
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