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I have Hypothyroidism b4 pregnancy. please let me know if this is OK ?

I am 3 months pregnant and i have Hypo THyroidism b4 pregnancy .i am 25 y old one week b4 i had the TSH , T3,T4 tests done. T3, TSH normal but T4 is little(0.78) more than normal. TSH-3 T4-11.78(normal is =11) i am using 75 msg dosage of thyronorm everyday. please let me know if this is Ok.
Asked On : Tue, 18 May 2010
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello.welcome.Yes your T4 is slightly high.You can marginally reduce your dose of thyronorm from 75 mcg to 62.5 mcg. Good luck.
Answered: Sun, 11 Sep 2011
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Infertility Specialist Dr. Nandita Thakkar's  Response
Hypothyroidism is very common condition
In pregnancy - you need to monitor the thyroid levels and adjust the dose of thyroxine as per your levels
meet your consultant and they will tell you how to manage the situation
Answered: Tue, 1 Nov 2011
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