in Mother's Health in Pregnancy by anonymous
What are the potential complications associated with hyperthyroidism in the first month of pregnancy?
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Hyperthyroidism, characterized by a TSH level of 8.4 in the 4th week of pregnancy, can pose certain risks and complications. It is essential to monitor thyroid function closely during pregnancy as untreated hyperthyroidism can lead to adverse effects on both the mother and baby. Complications may include an increased risk of miscarriage, preterm birth, low birth weight, preeclampsia, and developmental issues in the baby. It is crucial to consult with a healthcare provider who specializes in managing thyroid disorders during pregnancy for appropriate monitoring and treatment options.

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I think you should consult your doctor
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I have thyroid problem (hypo) and I am being followed every month (blood test), I take Levothyrox as well, but you need to see your doctor so that he prescribes you the right blood test and dosage of Levothyrox. The blood test is for TSH, T4L, T3L hormones...

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