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Hi, I have attached my recent thyroid report. Where tsh, t3 is high.. Looks like hyperthyroidism. I had the conceived 3 months back, which was failed pregnancy (while during tat time tsh level was 21). I stopped my thyroid tablets 2 weeks ago and checked my level. TSH was 26. Will this thyroid issue affects me from getting pregnant. What is the solution to reduce the level? Please guide me and help me through.. Very much worried!
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You have hypothyroidism. Not hyperthyroidism. Yes it will reduce chance of fertility. Not sure who told you to stop your tablets but you need them life long and dose adjustment in pregnancy. Book an online consultation for further management
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I understood your concern  and noted the problem as well .I need to ask few more details to make a diagnosis and start treatment and advice which suits you. Pl consult me on Practo , so that I can help you better.book a time slot as per your convenience for consultation.
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You are definitely Hypothyroid. You need Thyroid hormone supplements.
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Please consult a General Physician on Practo with all the details.
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Consult for proper medications
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Reach Practo profile for further assistance. Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.
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Would like to discuss in details. Kindly consult
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Continue your thyroid tablets...dont stop without your doctors advice
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This is hypothyroidism not hyperthyroidism. You have to take medication, some other tests also needed. Consult now to start proper medication for proper management
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