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High Thyroid antibodies
Dear Doctor, My thyroid profile is normal (TSH,T3/T4) and is also verified by the doctor I'm consulting to. But my anti-thyroglobulin & anti-TSH antibodies are highly elevated. Still she said no need medication for that. When I recently consulted an infertility centre, they prescribed me Thyronorm tab daily in the early morning empty stomach. So my doubt is since all my thyroid hormones are in normal range, will taking thyronorm tab will make the antibodies level back to normal? and is this condition highly impact my fertility & pregnancy? As I am in dilemma, Please clarify whether to take the tablet or not. Also, kindly tell me whether will Estrogen (Estradiol Valerate) tab from Day 5 of periods & Progesterone (Duphaston) tab from 15th day of periods will affect the ability to get pregnant? Thanks, S.C
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Dr. Disha Sridhar
Obstetrician 15 yrs exp Bangalore
This condition  can definitely  affect  your fertility and health.  Only thyroid  pill will neither reduce  the antibodies nor will heal you.  The good news is that it can be reversed with our protocol. If you  really  want  to  know  the root cause of your problem,  please  read my blogs on www.truhealing.com or practo health  feeds. Hope that helps....
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Dr. Chetan Maandhakar
Gynecologist 8 yrs exp Ahmedabad
First rule out auto immune thyroiditis.. Can be done with sonography and consulting a surgeon. Thyroid level is normal range than don't worry. Do repeat report after 3 months. And ask surgeon about the same... Estradiol valerate and Duphaston will definitely helpful... Consult a gynecologist about it. Thank you. Dr Chetan Maandharkar, Queen Women's Hospital, Ahmedabad
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