I saw your note said that when u went for 20th week scan, ur baby's right ventricle was 10mm(that is normal), also u told that u r going to take another scan after 4 weeks to make sure that ur baby's right ventricle will not be increased.
Could you pls tell me what happened after that? was it normal?. because for my baby also. it is same. we are going to take scan after 2 weeks. please mail me abu_sm***@****. thanks in advance.
All of my docs told me my thyroid levels were normal.. My TSH went from 4-6. Which means it is normal high to above normal. The scale for normal is anything under 5, but only a good endocrinologist will put you on meds if your TSH is over 3. I had my labs check probably about 5 times before the endocrinologist saw that it wasn't Postpardum thyroiditis.
I also had an ultrasound of my neck which showed lots of "lymphnodes" and I also had thyroid antibodies when the endocrinologist checked my labs.
I worried that I had MS at first too, but MS doesn't usually strike all over. (At least that is what I was told.) Have your b12 levels and thyroid retested or go to an good endocrinologist.
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