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My thyroid stimulating hormone level 7.7
My thyroid stimulating hormone level 7.7 what next i can do pls pragency changes is there
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During pregnancy usually there will be increased requirements of thyroid hormones and slight increase in TSH is observed. You need to take thyroid replacement tablets such as thyronorm /eltroxin as recommended by your obstetrician.
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