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Levels Of Tsh To 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
It's not: the level of testosterone, but sperm numbers and quality. Testosterone has a permissive effect and low levels lead to decrease in interest and libido long before decreases in sperm count. The pituitary hormone that controls testosterone production is different than the one that stimulates sperm production. Pituitary or testicular damage can lead to deficiencies in both. ...Read more
What to do to increase the TSH level nd harmones to work properly inorder to get regular periods.? I hav my TSH level in fastin (phentermine) as 1.9
Hi, how to balance hormone level naturally. I had high prolactin level.now it is normal.i want to get pregnant.how will i do?
Prolactinoma: If your prolactin level is high, it may affect your ovulation. You should have some imagine of your pituitary gland to see if you have an adenoma. Depending on the size, you can be treated medically. Once treated, you may be able to get pregnant naturally or with oral medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pregnant: Pregnant at age fifty can work out just fine but you need to see your obstetrician regularly. Obstetricians really know what they are doing to help you. ...Read more
Can sub clinical hypothyroidism affect fertility? I have hashimoto's; TSH levels were up and down for years. Unable to get pregnant during that time.
TSH level: Most endocrinologist and fertility specialist will advocate for keeping TSH below 2 in women who have hashimoto's disease and desire pregnancy. Recent guidelines by the american thyroid association (ata) advocate for TSH between 0.1-2.5 for conception and first trimester. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Not really : Go see your doc for an eval . You might have had a missed miscarriage ...Read more
Having high testosterone levels prevent ovulation and or pregnancy? If so... What test should I have done to check my levels?
Is it safe to take higher doses of Synthroid (thyroxine) to get the TSH level up then to start reducing the levels to normalize it ?
Synthroid (thyroxine) : Higher doses of synthroid (thyroxine) should lower your tsh, not raise it. You should never change a dose of prescription medication without working out a plan with the doctor or health care provider who prescribed it to you and can monitor the results. Make an appointment with your doctor to discuss a plan that you both agree on. ...Read more
Trying to regulate dosage of Armour thyroid after thyroid removal. TSH level at 20. Can the over-production of TSH be causing my headache?
No: TSH itself does not usually cause headaches. ...Read more
1500-2000 at least.: After that level one should be able to see an early pregnancy sac with transvaginal ultrasound (depends on your body type, the machine used and the experience of the examining specialist). Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and best of luck! cardiac activity usually seen after 4500-6000 - fyi. ...Read more
Have miscarried twice at 4 and 3 weeks respectively due to low hCG levels. What to expect next. Is there any treatment for low hCG levels.
Low HCG miscarriage: Are you sure it is low HCG and not low progesterone? Sometimes women have low progesterone and need suplementation so the pregnancy can continue i.e is the HCG low because the embryo is not viable? Also did they do analysis of the products of conception? Do you have lupus? anitphosphlid antbodies?, anticardiolipin antibodies? At this point would find a fertility specialist. F/U w/ fertility ...Read more
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