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Trying to conceive, thyroid level

tsh is 5.69 ya sir esr is 51mm/1st hour, tlc isn10.96,rb sugar is 106mg/dl,urine sugar nil .himoglobin is 10%am asking is there any problem with thyroid what amout i have now we r trying for baby now its first baby for us ,pls give me answer thank u so much
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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Hello and thank you for asking!
I have gone carefully through your concern.
Except of thyroid i can see that there are o lot of other parameters to be concerned (High ESR, Low Hb, ect) and treated.
Regarding to TSH 5.69 i would ask you to give some further information;
-Are you under levothyroxine treatment actually and if yes, what is the dose you have been taking during the last 6 weeks?
-What is your actual weight and height?
Before trying to conceive you should correct the TSH level.
Will be a pleasure to help you further.
Kind regards,
Answered: Thu, 8 Feb 2018
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