20 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Im 20 weeks pregnant. My TSH in thyroid test shows 3.10. T3 and T4 are normal in range. Do i need to take thyroid supplement?

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Answer: Hi, during pregnancy due to hirmonal changes it can haooen. Better to show to dr and if suggested take medicines. Take care
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