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What are the ideal T4 and haemoglobin levels during pregnancy ?

Hello Doctor , My wife is 4 month pregnant and her t4 total test are above higher limit i.e 13.2 it normal to have higher t4 during pregnancy or concerned one.... please share your view on this Her hemoglobin is also 9.6 please suggest how to increase it.
Asked On : Sat, 20 Aug 2011
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Nephrologist 's  Response
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More than the t4 level it is the TSH level that counts. SO kindly give me the TSH value. The level of hb is low, she needs to be on iron supplements and also u might have to arrange for blood during delivery if HB doesnt improve
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
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Thyroid hormones are usually higher in pregnancy. Not to worry. If her TSH level is normal then it is physiological increase and not abnormal. She needs to eat more fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Iron supplements may be indicated as well. Try Cap.Orofer XT once at night after meal but under medical supervision only.
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