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Effect of thyroid on preganancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
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Doctor :   Hio
User :   hi doctor
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   my name is XXXXXXXX from bangalore
User :   i have tested the thyroid test in the month of march and at that time i have more TSH
User :   in the month of september T3, T4 and TSH are normal
User :   in the month of may i got pregnancy
User :   again in the month of december T3 and T4 are more and TSH is normal
Doctor :   ok
User :   i am 8th month pregnant now
User :   can you tell me will this affect the baby
User :   T3 is 225, T4 is 12.3 and TSH is 4.08 in this month and i am 8th month now
Doctor :   Look as far as the Thyroid values are normal it will not effect the baby
User :   T3 is 225, T4 is 12.3 and TSH is 4.08 in this month and i am 8th month now
Doctor :   the requirements of the pregnant woman are more
Doctor :   than the non pregnant
User :   as T3 and T4 are slightly more than normal, can you tell me what are the problems baby may get affected and what needs to be done
Doctor :   i mean the thyroid
Doctor :   The baby may get congenital hypothyroidism
Doctor :   premature delivery
User :   as per my readings do you think there will be some problems
Doctor :   immature development of lungs
Doctor :   They seem to be fine
User :   oh great
User :   as per the readings this will not affect anything, right
Doctor :   but how is the weekly assessment
Doctor :   of the baby
Doctor :   CTG
User :   it is good
Doctor :   is it done
User :   yes
Doctor :   Sonography
User :   and this month they said vumuneeru is less

Doctor :   I have to say some very important things
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