Question: My TSH is 4.91 is it normal
Answer: No its not normal. Mine was detected 4.4, 4.793 is border line.and i am already on thyronorm. So u shd get it chckd from endocrinologist
Question: my tsh is 3.63... is it normal in pregnancy??
Answer: hello dear it is little high.. but dont worry follow your doctors medications for thyroid, go for walking in the morning and evening, drink plenty of water, proper rest is also important.
Pregnancy has a profound impact on the thyroid gland and thyroid function since the thyroid may encounter changes to hormones and size during pregnancy.
Avoid foods that can hurt your thyroid: Yes, there are quite a few of these. For starters, you need to stay away from goitrogens (food substances that further suppresses thyroid functions). Major goitrogens are cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. Soy or soymilk is also known to interfere with your thyroid’s function, especially if you have an iodine deficiency. Organ meats, such as liver and kidney, are full of lipid acids which if you intake in excess can disrupt both thyroid functions and thyroid medications you take