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Question: My tsh is this create problem in conceiving

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Answer: Hello dear, Before pregnancy. If your under-active thyroid(hypothyroidism) is untreated or under-treated then you are likely to find it more difficult to conceive. ... Once you are taking medication (levothyroxine tablets) and your thyroidhormone levels are back to normal your chances of becoming pregnant should improve dramatically ... Hope it helped, Take care urself...
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    Babita Chaudhary1088 days ago

    I m on medicine thyrox 50mg now but also tsh came ro be 4.28

Answer: Already answered dear
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