Hey Gen24 - Just wanted to check in and see how you are doing and what your doctor has advised since discovering the low TSH.
Mine is at 0.05 - has been at that for two tests now, one in early March when I was in the hospital for HG and another three weeks later. I've never had thyroid issues before that I am aware of. My midwife is freaked out and has referred me to an endocrinologist. She says that it is likely I will have to be transferred to a high risk OB, which is devastating news to me. (By law here, MWs can't follow women with hyperthyroidism). I am hoping with every cell in my body that the next test will show a rise in TSH as an indication that my body is getting back to normal now that I am further into the pregnancy and the HG is much improved. I'm waiting for an appointment with an endocrinologist to find out more.
Has your doctor said that this is likely for you too? Have they mentioned "transient hyperthyroid" as a possibility? I've read about this during pregnancy but have no idea what the likelihood is (as opposed to hyperthyroidism that lasts longer than early pregnancy and thus is much more of a concern).
I'm pretty freaked out by all this and would love to know what info you've managed to find out.
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