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Hypothyroid tsh 4.77

Hi, I was taking 25 MG thyronorm while pregnant when my tsh was 3.17. Now after 1.5 years I'm still taking 25 MG as told. Recently got tsh tested and it's 4.77. Has it become normal ? Or Should I continue taking 25 MG ?
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Dr. Mamta Pattnayak
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Hi, as the tsh is 4.77, its after the regular course of thyronorm. So continue thyronorm. Do t3, t4 also . If all r normal and you r not planning pregnancy now, need not to worry. Continue same dose and repeat after 1 month. If increased after 1 month then need to increase the dose.
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Dr. Shikha Shah
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Hi there.  You need to get a t3 and t4 done too. Increasing tsh means dose is not sufficient and you might need to increase the dose.
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Dr. Rita Bakshi
Gynecologist/Obstetrician 31 yrs exp Delhi
Hello, Taking more thyronorm dosages is not required if you have increased tsh levels. Also, get T3 and T4 tests done,
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