7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm 6 weeks pregnant and I have high thyroid level. Is there any problem in my pregnancy?

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Answer: You should go to doc and start the treatment... It may affect your pregnancy
Answer: As such balance ur tablets as per doctors advice
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