Answer: Hello dear... Yes, thyroid medicine helps you in controlling,along with that follow these tips it will help you in reducing thyroid,if you started having medication it won't affect baby in any way, During pregnancy,the thyroid stimulating harmone (TSH) level,should be lower than level of non pregnant ,the level of thyroid during first trimester is 0.1-2.5,and in second trimester is 0.2-3.0,third trimester 0.3-3.0,the difference in these values lead to thyroid definiciency, there are two types of thyroid know as hyper and hypothyroidism,if you maintain stable thyroid value,it won't affect baby and you in any way Untreated thyroid condition can cause problem during,but many womens are well treated and yields healthy baby,those with hyperthyroidism will be more careful because Thier fetus has higher risk to develop neurological or IQ problem Precautions to control thyroid .. Intake of carrot and egg Include more carrot in your diet,it contain vitamin A,which helps in controlling thyroid gland and include egg too which too helps a lot Vitamin B rich foods. Vitamins like B complex like B1,B2,B3,B5,B6,B7,B9,B11 will helps you in controlling thyroid,include foods like barley,cereals,green leafy vegetables,eggs,in your diet Ginger tea Make a habit of drinking ginger tea, regularly it will controls thyroid gland .. Vitamin D Vitamin D helps in vital source of thyroid gland,so start standing in morning sunlight for atleast twenty minutes will give you better results Coconut oil Include coconut oil in your diet,which will helps to control thyroid Rock salt Start using rock salt in your diet,which helps in effective working of thyroid gland
Answer: Hi dear, Thyroid is an important gland for overall function of our body.during pregnancy it's requirements increases.usually the normal level is 0.4 - 5.5, but pregnant mothers should maintain it below 3. However the new recommendations for tsh levels in pregnancy are the following: First trimester: less than 2.5 Second trimester: 0.2-3.0 Third trimester: 0.3-3.0. Dosage often requires fine-tuning, so continue to check TSH every 4 weeks during the first half of pregnancy. It won't effect the baby.