19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi Mam, I have entered 5th month and my TSH levels are very high, around 4.52. Can you please suggest, along with medicines, what food should I eat

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Answer: U don't eat white vegetables like cabbage,cauliflower, radish,turnip etc.,because they hv a lots of iodine...Iodine increases the thyroid also increased..so u must consult ur Dr regularly..don't assaulted...u are pregnency too...take care .
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    Hema Prabhu503 days ago

    Thank you mam

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