29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi. I'm 28 week pregnant. Im having thyroid problem. Doctor said to me it is only 3 points increased from normal so you have take tablets. After child birth it will be reduce. Can i take the tablets?

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Answer: Any thyroid level exceeding 3 has to be given thyroxine tablets... Otherwise can harm the baby development... Better not to take any chance.... After childbirth hv a regular followup for thyroid level... Mostly it comes down to euthyroid level.
Answer: Mam while in taking thyroid tablets at early morning on empty stomach it makes me very tired. Morning tired ness is causes of thyroid tablets or other causes? Please clear the doubts mam.
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