8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: my thyroid is 4.17 is this normal in pregnancy?

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Answer: Yes it is normal. Just take care of your health. And proper guidelines from your gynaecologist.. Avoid excess intake of sugar,it can lead u to gestational diabetes,which will b dangerous for u both and also delivery.
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    Azna Naeem547 days ago

    thank you so much

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    Azna Naeem547 days ago

    😊

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    Jinal Bhanushali547 days ago

    My pleasure 🙂

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    Jinal Bhanushali547 days ago

    My pleasure 🙂

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