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What does this thyroid test result during pregnancy indicate? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 02-Jul-2014
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i want to know free t3 t4 ts4 test should be done with empty stomach or we can go after eating food and medicine also. currently patient of hypothroid and taking medicine thyronorm 75 mcg .
User:hi ,
User:laday is pregnent of 4 week done thyroid function test result is
User:free t3 - 3.03, free t4 - 1.08 and ts4 1.87 is it normal and in prgneccy range is difernet
User:sorry prgnency is 16 week
Doctor:The values seem to be within normal limits.
Doctor:However since the laboratory reference ranges vary
Doctor:you can recheck the references of free t3 and free t4 values.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:yes taking medicine since 1.5 month
Doctor:The values seems to be in limits. Therefore the current dose of thyronorm need to be continued.
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:is there any dverse effect for child if lady is pregnent
Doctor:As long as TSH values are in limits, no serious health implication both on the mother and the child.
Doctor:Did you follow what I said?
User:thanks for consultation
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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