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Increased Level Of Tsh And Ability To Become Pregnant
Im 41 , have a 5 yr old girl conceived naturally. amh is 0.1 , FSH 8.24 , prctn 8.5, LH 6.62, E2 39, T3 (liothyronine) 98, T4 5.9 and TSH 2.02 can I get pregnant?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Weight gain,now 82kg,and I am 35 week pregnant,increased TSH level, suggest some methods to reduce my weight.is any problems during delivery?
Weight in Pregnancy: If your TSH is elevated then it needs to be treated with Synthroid (thyroxine) or the equivalent. Your increased weight gain is likely due to hypothyroidism. I never encourage dieting in pregnancy but do encourage proper diet, sometimes with the help of a dietician. Remember to eat for one not two. At this point try not to worry, your delivery will be fine. Lets just have a healthy mom and baby. ...Read more
Level is high: If a standardized laboratory test was done, then a level of 3.4 in the third trimester would be abnormally elevated. What to do next depends on why the test was done, and the results of other tests. Other thyroid testing is needed to determine if you are hyper or hypo thyroid, and a history and physical would also be prudent. Ask your physician about your result. ...Read more
My sister 33 yrs pregnant first time, 8 weeks, TSH level was 0.01. What is normal ft4/ft3. Is there any danger to baby?
My friend has a thyroid condition(hypo).In her last thyroid report,serum tsh levels were 9.170.Does that mean she's pregnant?
Needs preg. test: A woman in early pregnancy can do a pregnancy test to see if she is pregnant. A thyroid test does not show whether or not she is pregnant, even though there may be some changes in thyroid hormone levels during pregnancy. Thyroid disease needs ongoing medical management. ...Read more
Having tsh level at 20
She is pregnant by 10 weeks
Is it safe for baby or we should avoid having child
This is my second child?
Need to know units: We need to know the units of measurement associated with the number 20. Ask your doctor if the TSH levels were high, low or normal. If it is abnormal then medication will be given to correct the problem. ...Read more
Dr. My TSH level is 2.437 uiu/mL and normal showing in result is 0.35000- 4.9400 CMIA. Do i need to take medicine for this?Can i get pregnant?
TSH levels is 2.14 and freeT4 is 1.1 at 12 wks pregnancy.Normal?When will baby makes it own thyroid?Tht means baby won't depend on my thyroid levels?
Normal: Your thyroid levels are normal. You did not mention whether you are on thyroid hormone or not. If you are, you should get thyroid levels done periodically during the pregnancy to make sure that the levels remain normal, regardless of whether the baby's thyroid is working or not. The fetal thyroid starts making thyroid hormone during the second trimester, but normal mother levels are still needed ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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