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I am pregnant. What medicine should I take to bring down my TSH level?

Test Date Dose of Thyronorm T3 T4 TSH of thyronorm 14-Aug-10 25 3.06 pg 0.94 5.28 30-Oct-10 25 2.04 pg 1.13 4.52 delivery date 31st December 2010 3-May-11 25 0.77 ng 5.23 7.41 19-Jul-11 25 1.13 ng 7.1 4.36 20-Sep-11 12.5 1.06 ng 5.87 3.32 6-Feb-12 no medication 0.89 ng 6.38 4.47 7-Mar-12 no medication 0.92 ng 5.63 4.32 26-Apr-12 no medication 125 ng 7.88 6 14-Sep-12 no medication 99 ng 7.6 7.65 Delivery date of my second child is 31st december 2010. What medicine and other things should I do to bring down the TSH level ?
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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dear ma'm, hi! a very old query on board probably. you must have already delivered your second baby and must be planning for your child's first birthday. any ways, i'll tell you a simple thing that through out pregnancy the dose of thyroxine increases and targets are TSH between 1-2, and FT4 between 1.4-1.8. regards!
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