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What does TSH level of 3.66 indicate? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Oct-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
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Practicing since : 2002
Answered : 106 Questions
User:i got my TSH report
Doctor:Let me go through it.
User:at level 3.66 , as i mentioned previously ,I am using ATT medicines too
Doctor:Yes, I remember
Doctor:Your TSH levels are normal.
User:Thyriod - is this level is ok? should i continue to have Thyronorm 50 mcg
Doctor:Yes, the level is within normal range.
Doctor:Are you diagnosed hypothyroid and since when are you taking medications?
User:do i need to increase the dosage while trying for pregnancy
User:am taking this medication since march 2014, initially it was at 6.17
Doctor:It depends. While trying for pregnancy or during pregnancy if the TSH level increases then you might need to increase the dosage.
User:after 1 month of medication, it came down to 2.6 (before going for 1st icsi)
User:now it was at 3.66
Doctor:Now its in the normal range.
Doctor:so nothing to worry.
User:okay.. thanks a lot
User:is it hypo or hyper?
Doctor:Its hypothyroidism.
Doctor:you are taking thyroid supplements.
User:Thanks Again
Doctor:Do you have any more queries for me?
User:Thyronorm 50 mcg soon after i getup every morning
User:and stooped having cabbage,cauliflower,soy related products
Doctor:yes, early morning on empty stomach and do not have anything for half an hour.
User:no more questions
Doctor:have a extra pinch of salt in your diet.
Doctor:as the salt would be iodine fortified.
User:anything to stop eating?
Doctor:Any thing else you would like to know?
User:anything i should stop eating while on this medication?
Doctor:yes, the ones you are following would do.
User:no more
User:Thank you!!
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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