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Pregnant with twins, no heartbeat of any fetus. High TSH. Will Growth of baby be normal?

I am 8th week pregnant having twin, the size of G.S1 is 12mm and G.S2 is 7.8..... I found my tsh is 9.01(ref range is 0.27-4.2). Docter said that the heartbeat is not started yet of any fetus . What should i do now.... I was taking eltroxin before my pregnency and but now no drugs are using...? is everything will fine ..... Should the heartbeart can start of my twin? Should the growth of my baby will normal??
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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At 8 weeks of pregnancy, if no hreart beat has appeared till now, then the normal growth of your babies is doubtful. Your TSH levels are on a higher side suggesting that the dopses of eltroxin you are taking are not adequate and need a re adjustment.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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