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Question: Thyroid in pregnancy is harmful?

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Answer: It is. I dont know if u have hypo or hyper but i have hypo. So you need to take doctor consultation. And the thing is normal hypo thyroid limit for anyone is 4.5 TSH while in pregnancy it should be below 2.5 in 1st trimester and below 3 after that. So dont worry if u didn't have thyroid earlier to pregnancy. And u can take thyroid medicine in pregnancy as its only hormones and will not harm. Only restriction is u need to have the medicine early morning empty stomach and not eat or drink anything other than water till 1hr. Thats it. Consult your doctor and take proper doses of medicine and u will be fine.
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    Sampada Rasane1072 days ago

    Dear mam thyroid stimulating hormone 3.13

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    Saswati Mishra1072 days ago

    Okay. I had 3.3 and doctor increased my dose. Consult your endocrinologist and inform that you are pregnant. He/she will increase dose. It will be fine

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    Sampada Rasane1072 days ago

    Thanks dear

Answer: Hi, no but you need to take prpee diest and medications dwar. And keeo a check on the levela to avoid complications. Take care
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