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High TSH in Pregnancy
I am 10 weeks pregnant and I have been taking thyroxine 50 mg since before the pregnancy, but still my TSH is 5.6 with T4 and T3 in normal limits. Should I be worried about my baby?
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is no need to worry just increase the dosage of thyronorm here eating to so that the TSH levels can be less than 2.5 in the first trimester and less than three in the second and third trimester
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Hello dear user if you are on regular thyroid medicine nothing to worry., continue and go for TSH every 2 months.
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TSH should be kept below 4 in pregnancy so your dose need to be adjusted dear.
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You need to consult your doctor as your dose of thyroxine need to be adjusted
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