I'm 28yrs and i'm pregnant 9 weeks pregnant now. I had an M/c in 2009. I have been on Thyroxin 25mcg for past 2 years.I had tested TSH in October and it was 3. I got pregnant after being on clomid and induced ovulation with timed intercourse. Due to some other complications, we did not test TSH till 8 weeks and it was 11 at the time. I have started taking thyronorm 75 mcg from past 3 days and yesterday my TSH was 6.5.
I am very worried now about the growth of my child. I have read many places that IQ of child may be less due to this. I have been taking just 25 mcg during pregnancy till last week. would it already have affected the growth of my baby since the count was 11 and apparently 25 mcg wasn't enough.
I would really appreciate if someone with similar conditions who had delivered babies with any issues or healthy babies. I am losing my sleep over the health of the baby. Please help.
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