Hi my age is 26.9 year now. Hi I diagnosed HyperThyroid in Nov 1 2012 that time I was 2 month pregnant.T3= 289,T4=26,THS=0.01.
then my Gynac stated 30mg/day thyriod tablet. bet after 3 week I stared bleding and id doesent stop after treatment. Then I had miscarriage on 3 Dec 2012. THS level on 3 Dec T3=239,T4=18.17,TSH=0.005.
Then I stared Endcro. Treatment, THS lavel check on 9 Jan2013 FT3=4.19,FT4=1.72 and TSH=0.01 also another test done ANTI MICROSOMAL ANTIBODY(AMA)= 148 and ANTI THROGLOBIN ANTIBODY=290 .
I want to become pregent again. so when i will recover from it. Plz send advise.next visit to Edcro. is 6 Feb 2013 for TSH level test.
Sounds like Graves' disease - would confirm this w/ Endocrinologist. In this case we do use methimazole (or similar) to normalize levels then if pregnancy occurs, change to PTU for 1st trimester, then back to methimazole. This must be done under close guidance of the endocrinologist. Another option is radioactive iodine (if Graves' confirmed) in which case you must wait AT LEAST 6 months until trying for pregnancy.
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