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I have hypothyroidism for 3 years and been on levothyroxine all the time. my TSH was 2.5 back in early may. However TSH jumped up to 14.34 when i found out i am 4 weeks pregant . (FT4 is 20.46 poml/L), my endo has increased my dosage to 100mcg from 75mcg and ask me to run the test again in 2 weeks. Will it already affect my baby? (the result of the progesterone level doesnt seem optimistic either, only 11.40 for 4 weeks pregancy.)
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