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I also found this article which suggests an immediate increase: m/od/hormonepregnantmenopause1/a/m I'm a bit nervous of upping my dose given I'm on such a low dose anyway, but I've read a few posts from people who had a big TSH increase between weeks 4 and 5 and I don't want to miss the boat and risk.Aug 10, 2004.
Hi all I have recently found out I am pregnant again, after a m/c in September. I have hashimoto's thyroiditis and currently take 100mcg of thyroxine daily. I was advised that I should contact my doctor as soon as I found out I was pg, since they would probably want to increase my medication right.My GP says if the level rises they will take advice from the obstrician and endo, but won't do so at this stage. I might take the stuff I have found to him and see what he thinks though.
You ll probably find that you ll have more blood tests than usual but I wouldn t worry too much about it didn t affect my 1st pregnancy apart from.Too much won t harm your baby but too little could. Push for the tests. But, in pregnancy, your body, and its need for thyroxine changes so fast.
Jump to content.General advice seems to be that it is better to slightly over medicate than under medicate in this situation, so I'm not sure whether a few extra tablets would do any harm?!
I had come off the levothyroxine when I fell pregnant for about 2/3 months. I now feel so much better since changing and my level is better too.I'm now 4 weeks pregnant and stressing a bit about whether to adjust my dose sooner rather than later. I had a test done on Monday and my TSH was on the low side (0.57 which I'm really happy with at this stage.
Low thyroid and pregnant, very anxious - posted in Older Mums and. Do not worry too much about the dose, if you are having too much sythetic. If your TSH is only slightly high, and your on 50mcg of thyroxine, I m sure you.However, I got my bloods done last week and the doctor I saw said she wouldn't be changing my dose just yet- my TSH was 0.98. I've to be monitored every four weeks during the pregnancy to check my levels, and the next blood test is the 11th Jan.
I'm very confused and worried. Any advice would be much appreciated! Susan x.My question is- has anyone gone through successful early pregnancy without having their dose increased? Also, isn't it good practice to increase thyroxine intake as soon as pregnancy occurs in hypo patients?
Now I am very worried, because in my last pg (which ended in m/c) my dose was increased from 100 to 125mcg immediately- my TSH was 2.1 at this point. I am terrified of having another m/c and am afraid that my TSH will rise in the next few weeks before my blood test, increasing.Have another test booked for this coming Monday so will hopefully have results of that middle of next week. I've read conflicting NHS advice online - there seems to be guidance in some areas that the dose should be increased straight away by either 25mcg or a few extra tabs a week, but then elsewhere the.
Thyroxine excess and pregnancy. Lazarus JH(1). Author information: (1)Department of Medicine, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff, United.Any advice or experience much appreciated! Thanks, Kate xx).
Hi all - I was diagnosed with an underactive thyroid after my 2nd miscarriage, my TSH was over 7 at that time, but dropped to around 1 after a few months on 50mcg and has stayed there for the last 8 months or so.As you know, there is a delicate balance that needs to be maintained during pregnancy. You don t want to give your baby too much thyroxine as that can pose.
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Adult men ages 19 to 50 need 35 micrograms, while those over the age of 50 need 30 micrograms per day. Women need slightly less - 25 micrograms for those age 19 to 50, and 20 micrograms over the age of 50.After a few weeks on the new form of thyroxine, I felt crummy. My doctor switched me back to Synthroid and after several days felt well. Is there any difference between the thyroid drugs I was given that would account for how I felt?
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