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    Default Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and TTC - how long did it take / ideal TSH levels?

    Mine were 900 and something and 800 and something. I was told way too high! They've dropped now to around 600 and 300 respectively thanks to my naturopath.

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    Default Re: Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and TTC - how long did it take / ideal TSH levels?

    Are you on thyroxine still? Wow mine must be crazy high. Endo dr didnt seem too worried though didn't even mention misscarrige. I only found out it can cause misscarriage by googling.

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    Default Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and TTC - how long did it take / ideal TSH levels?

    Yes I'm on 100mcg per day. If I don't take it for two days I literally can't function.

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    Default Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and TTC - how long did it take / ideal TSH levels?

    Oh and ps, they never seem to be concerned about thyroid antibodies but they should be. I don't know why but doctors downplay hashimotos far too much

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    Default Re: Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and TTC - how long did it take / ideal TSH levels?

    Dr did say that high antibodies did mean that it will get worse. Thanks for sharing. I'm just glad that my gp tested me when i went in to tell her i was pregnant otherwise I may not be medicated at all as I have no symptoms of thyroid problems at all.

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    Hello, I realise that this is a very old post but was just wondering if you could share the name of your endo? I am searching for one, my GP says I don't need one but after 1 miscarriage (my TSH hormone was 2.9) I'd like a second opinion. Many thanks, M


 

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