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Have difficulty breathing, thyronorm dose altered cause had conceived and aborted, blood test done

Last four years i am taking 50mg of thyronorm. I recently get conceived and doctor advised to take 75mg, unfortunately got obort and reduced to 50mg.
I couldn't breathe properly (very badly) and hospitlalized. Doctor, advised to continue 75mg daily. I am waiting for the Blood report (Thyroid study), the report will take 10 days.

Daily evening i couldn't breathe properly, therby couldn't sleep, Please advise.

Nirmala (37 yrs old)
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Endocrinologist 's  Response
dear nirmala, sorry to hear about your loss. i am surprised to hear that thyroid report takes 10 days at your place. it takes only 2 hrs to generate thyroid report . your breathlessness is not explained by thyroid dysfunction alone till you are not severely hypothyroid (myxedema) so pls get your Chest x ray, complete blood count, ESR done and also see your doctor.
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