11 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m 9 weeks pregnant...in my blood report thiord detect..before pregnancy muze thiord nahi tha..my que is due to pregncy take thiord medicine or not....

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Answer: Plz take medicines. Due to increased hcg level it'd common to have thyroid. delivery k baad jyadatar khatam ho jata hai. but during pregnancy medicine lena bht jaruri hai warn baby ko problem ho skti hai.
Answer: aapka tsh kitna aaya?
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