Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I am 6 weeks pregnant now. in the blood test TSH is 6.22 will there be any problem?
Answer: U can take medicine post consultation wid doc tp keep it in control
Question: 7 weeks pregnant and having thyroid tsh,it will cause any problem for my baby
Whether it will affect ur baby or not depends on how u are affected by the thyroid glad. Speak to ur doctor.
Your doctor must have already put u on thyroid medication. Here are some tips to eat well and boost thyroid levels. Fisrt thing to do is eat on time try eating home cooked meals. Avoid pre packed or processed food wash ur fruits and in vinegar. U have to eat extra iodine. So eat alot of iodized salt. The main problem u face is constipation so eat alot of whole grains include high fiber foods in ur diet to ease ur bowel movement. Eat green leafy vegetables like lettuce methi leaves or seeds spinach etc. Include berries like strawberry or blueberry in ur diet they are power packed with anti oxidants. Get more of vitamin d and omega 3 get some sun so take a walk in the morning include mushrooms walnuts eggs salmon and flax seeds in ur diet. Avoid food that supress ur thyroid gland such as organ meat like liver kidney brain etc as they are filled with fat. Vegetables like caggabe broccoli Brussels sprouts and cauliflower.
Question: I am 19 weeks pregnant. My tsh level got increased from 5 to 8. Will it cause any problem
Answer: Consult an Thyroid specialist and take the tab regularly, it will maintain your TSH within 3. For pregnancy it should be below 3. So do consult a doctor immediately and take tab.