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    Bubblesk do you remember what your TSH was when your dr picked it up?
    Thanks so much girls, you've been so helpful

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    Hi Hales, my TSH was 3.3 think I was 6-8 weeks UTD at that stage ( range for 1st trimester should be 0.03-2.5 mIU/mL). After 4w on thyroxine low dose I was 1.03. Have had a dose alteration since. Last check two weeks ago I was down to 0.95 which the endocrinologist is pleased with. FT4 has always been in range (albeit at the top end of range). Initially endocrinologist did an antibody test (anti TPO ab) to make sure I didn't have an underlying autoimmune thyroid condition (Hashimotos's) that had not previously been picked up but thankfully that test came back normal.

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    Obs office just called with the results. Apparently my thyroid is normal now. Very thankful but how confusing!

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    That's good news! No thyroxine for you.


 

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