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Pregnant, history of low bp, thyrodism. Prescribed thyronorm,doxinate. Babys mentalhealth normal?

I am 7 weeks pregnant..As part of medical history I have the problem of low blood pressure and thyrodism.My stamina is dropping very fast and having the problem of vomitting and nausea severely. Gynac prescribed thyronorm 75mg and doxinate. I am worried about baby's mental growth due to thyroid problem. Can you please help me out if I need to take precautions for thyroid issue and also vomitting and nausea is also an issue inspite of taking doxinate. Please suggest.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Hello dear pregnancy with thyroidism is real challenge for a women nausea and vomiting are v aggravated by this problem strict monitoring of thyroid function is needed it may effect baby but dear youcan avoid any harm to baby by monitering urself ,,,,best luck for pregnancy stay blessed
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