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I am using 75 mcg and thyroid levels are dropped I am planning pregnancy, should I wait till it gets normal or shall I go ahead.
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Kindly mention weight and previous TPO reports You need to decrease the thyroxine dosage to 50ug. Pregnancy can be planned once TSH is within 0.5 to 2.5
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It's too low ..reduce dose ..connect or whatsapp on 959798368zero..wil help u
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Connect please
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They are little low ..we can try mild dose reduction.U can still plan for pregnancy
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Kindly take only 25 mcg and repeat thyrOid profile after 1 month
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It is normal now. So you can plan. Take medications as Thyronorm recquirement during pregnancy is high.
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