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Thyroid problems
I am pregnant second time and got thyroid problem in my first pregnancy I have been medicated thyronorm 25 mcg But after delivery I stopped taking medicine now after two years same is happening so I went to get a thyroid check the results-      T3 1.7      T4 8.28      TSH 4.28
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U can start using thyronorm 25mcg for now.... After 1month u can repeat the test and if needed dose can be increased to 50mcg
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Hi, your TSH levels are raised. So, kindly consult your gynaec or any physician for prescription and further follow up
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