Tsh Level 9.1

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Bhanu Sharma Says:

My TSH Level is 9.1, and i am planning for child. Kindly suggest will it affect my pregnancy.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Bhanu! How are you doing?

Did your doctor place you on a medication for it?

It can actually cause fertility problems, so it may be difficult for you to get pregnant, while it's still out of control.

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Bhanu Sharma Says:

yes, doctor prescribed for Thyronorm 50 mg .

How much time will it take to come up at normal lelel.

I am very much worried.

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Padmaja Says:
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Hello. I am 8 weeks pregnant and my tsh level is 5.71. I've taken 12.5mcg thyronorm tablets recently and want to know if I should use 12.5 or 25 mcg doses during my pregnancy?

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Sumi Says:
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Hi...TSH is 9.1,having a 2 .5 yr Baby..after controlling,i
s it must to have medicine through out life?

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