32 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My TSH value is 4.7 and I Took thyronorm 25. This level of thyroid cause any problem in baby's growth?

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Answer: Hello Dear thyrodism or thyroid usually increase in pregnancy as it has high intensity which cannot be ignored. Actual normal thyroid level is from 0.03 to 5 but in pregnancy women should maintain less than three. Yurs is just on a bit Higher side so I would suggest yu should keep checking it every month n do as yur doctor ask yu to. Maintain a healthy lifestyle n eating habits n walk daily. Take care
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