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TSH value in pregnancy
What does TSH value 6.41 indicate in first trimester of pregnancy? Is there something to worry about?
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Cut off is 2.5 So you needs to start with meds
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It is high condult a gynaec the value 3-4 will be normal.
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Increased TSH value invariably requires medication especially in pregnancy
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Medication under prescription is advisable
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Yes need Thyroid medications
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You need medications for the same
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Hypothyroidism.. you will require low dose of medicine.. nothing to panic.
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