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Pregnant. Thyroid test showed increased T3 value. What medicine should I take? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 01-Mar-2013
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User:Hi Doctor
Doctor:Please proceed with the query.
User:I want to ask about the thyroid test results
User:I am23 weeks pregnant, had thrice thyroid test
Doctor:What was the report
User:all the time results were varying.. last week had test, results are like this: T3 2.18 ng/ml, T4 11.20 ug/dl, TSH 1.76 uIU/ml
Doctor:Only your T3 value is increased
Doctor:I think i chatted with you prviously
User:do i need to take medicine
User:ya right
Doctor:well you might need accrding to me, what does your doctor say
User:i couldn't go to doctor, will go this weekend, so wanted to ask you once
Doctor:yes, do not worry
Doctor:even if she tells you to take it will be low dose
User:how long i have to take
Doctor:and for short period
Doctor:you are already 23 weeks
Doctor:till delivery
Doctor:then they will recheck your values
User:ohhh ok...
Doctor:then they should even check your babys after birth, to see whether normal or not.
User:fine.. i will consult doctor.. thank you
Doctor:ok, do not worry till then
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