Thyronorm & Pregnancy

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prajai Says:


Hi, my wife is taking thyronorm 50 mcg daily on an empty stomach. Now after testing, we found out that she is pregnant. Kindly suggest whether she should continue to take thyronorm 50 mcg and whether it may lead to some side effect?



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Kabita Says:
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I take thyronorm 50 microgram weekly and want to get pregnant

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John Says:
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My wife is pregnant now. After consulting the doc she tested the TSH and started Thyronorm 25. I would just like to know what types of foods she could eat while on this medication?

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Nikki Says:
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Hi. I'm 7 weeks pregnant and I'm taking thyronorm 100 mcg. My tsh level is 7.8. I'm very worried as to whether it will help or not? Please advise.

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Najiya Says:
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I am taking thyronorm 100 mcg daily and taking medicine for pcos. Last month I took clomiphene citrate to become pregnant. But this month my pregnancy test was negative. Does it mean that I am not pregnant?

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durga Says:
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Hi. I am taking 25 mcg daily. My periods are irregular. Sometime my periods may happen once in 4 months. Today is the 12th day after my expected period date. This morning i checked for pregnancy via a U/A. It says it's negative. Now my doubt is whether i am pregnant or not. During the last 1 month i had intercourse daily. Please help me friends.

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na Says:

Hi, I am 4 weeks pregnant. I just completed some blood work and found that my TSH is on the higher side (8.65 U/mL), so my doctor prescribed me Thyronorm 50mcg to take each day. Is it safe to use during my pregnancy?

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