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Thyronorm dosage.Should I reduce it ?

When i came to know of my pregnancy in 5th week my TSH was very high 26 so my doctor increased my dose from 25mcg to 100 mcg now again on testing after 1 month my TSH has come out to be 0.959 FT4=1.28 T3=1.26 T4=8.92. I am 11 weeks pregnant My question is should i continue my dosage of 100mcg or should i reduce it. I am very much worried. Thanks a lot in advance!
Asked On : Mon, 28 Feb 2011
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Hello There..
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During pregnancy the amount of Thyroid hormone required is usually increased. You could discuss with your doctor and reduce the dose a little because it is very essential to maintain Eu-thyroid state during pregnancy for the normal development of baby.
You could get your TSH level checked regularly and based on the TSH level you could adjust the dose of the thyronorm.
Hope this helps!!
Take care!!
Answered: Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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