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Question: My TSH is 4.69now, I m 5week pregnant

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Answer: Hi dear, It is on higher side since your are pregnant.in Pregnancy your TSH should be around 3 or below .it is also expected that it rises as the pregnancy progresses.so better to start with thyronorm medicine with lower dose now itself so that it is maintained.also keep checking the TSH in every 2-3 months as you might have to alter the dose based on its value.talk to doctor for th right dose .
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    Bhagyashri Joshi64 days ago

    Yes.....thank you

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