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Tsh 3rd Generation And Pregnancy
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
Unclear question: There is no contraindication to testing the blood by the third generation assay if the patient is pregnant. ...Read more
Not always: Tsh and hcg, the pregnancy hormone, have very similar structures, and some biologic cross-reactivity. The high levels of HCG in pregnancy can provide enough stimulation to the thyroid to cause the thyroid to be just a little overactive and TSH to drop into the slightly low range. This is common and does not usually need treatment. A high tsh, should be treated in almost almost pregnant patients. ...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 TSH serum test shows 0.011 which is marked low against normal value during pregnancy. What does this mean?
You postpartum?: Hi. It sounds like you're no longer pregnant and you delivered your baby. Is that correct? Autoimmune thyroid disease is not uncommonly seen in the postpartum period as a woman's immune system revs back up after delivery. You may now have Graves' disease or a postpartum subacute thyroiditis. Your doc may refer you to an endocrinologist for help with diagnosis and management. Good luck! ...Read more
Planning pregnancy, Tsh was 3.40 after having thyronorm 25mg fr 1 mnth Tsh becomes 4.10. Y it happened? How much mg is needed to get to the level 2.50
Speak to your doctor: It may be that you're not getting enough thyronorm and your dose needs to be increased which seems more likely. It may take 1-3 months for the TSH level to go down, but should have been coming down if you've been taking it regularly for the past month. I suggest to talk to your doctor who has done the initial workup about adjusting your dose. ...Read more
Hi dr, my wife id 20 week pregnancy and on 18th week dr, asked for TSH test and ths level is 3.6. She put some extra weight approx 7-8 kg with in 18?
Tsh: First trimester: 0.24 - 2.99 second trimester:. 46-2.95 third trimester:. 43 - 2.78. ...Read more
I just had a chemical pregnancy. Could it be related to my tsh level 2.92? Should my tsh be lower than 2.5 to get pregnant? Thank you
What shld be the optimal TSH level during pregnancy? Mine was 2.85 & dr has prescribed 50mg Thyronorm 6 days/week & 25mg 1/week. Too high? 7 wks preg
It depends,,,: Since thyroid levels are important during pregnancy, a normal TSH range is the best indicator of no disease. These days, anything around 2.5 is optimal as a higher level could mean an increased risk of hypothyroidism. Control of this is really important for normal fetal development. ...Read more
Hypothyroidism: Should not affect your pregnancy and marriage. There are medications that can control your symptoms. Follow up regularly with your oby and endocrinologist. Take care and god blesss u! http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/hypothyroidism/ds00353. http://www. Medicinenet. Com/script/main/mobileart. Asp? Articlekey=11722. ...Read more
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