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I am an endocrinologist. Taking Steroids should not affect the TSH level. The dose of thyroxine you are taking is right.
May I know what is the TSH level please
The news of thyroxine is about 1.5 mg is milligrams per kg
You can test it after having taken the 75 mg After 2 months
It should be within the normal range and the TSH Value is different for each individual.
If one is planning pregnancy and is on thyroxine then before pregnancy the TSH should be less than 2 In the 1st trimester
In the 2nd and 3rd trimester it should be about 2.5
Your current value of TSH is perfect
One cant reduced the antibodies.
Your CRP is normal. It is usually less than 5 and your value is less than 5 and this is normal
The current value is good
Take the medication on an empty stomach stomach and don't eat or drink for at least 2 hours. If you are taking other medications then it should be taken at least 2 hours later
Since you have the antibodies being positive, It is likely you have hashimoto's
I am not sure about the steroids and the implantation
The antibodies will not attack the embryo
I have not come across such an Association
May I know where did you come across this information please
The natural killer cells has nothing to do with you becoming pregnant and the fetus being healthy
The most important thing is the TSH level and if it does stand 2 then The chances of pregnancy is good
One cannot to anything about the elevated TPO levels
Even if it is more than 2 then it is no Major issue. We can increase the dose of thyroxine and bring it down to 2
Don't need to avoid gluten and dairy you can take it