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Went to the endo today. My T3 & T4 are fine, TSH is 0.09 I think so not bad. Still a bit anemic despite taking iron every day. My blood sugar numbers have been great. My Graves's antibodies were only 50, which is great because now we don't have to worry that the baby will be hyperthyroid. When she first tested them they were 200. So she said I don't have to go back again until after the baby is born. She said I can stop taking the propylthiouracil for a week after I have the baby, then to resume taking it but make sure not to take it right before nursing, then when I am up to it I can get my bloodwork done and make an appointment so we can decide what my treatment options are.
After my appt I went to my OB's office, which is the next building over, to see if they had any cancellations so I could go ahead and get my appointment done instead of having to leave work early to drive all the way out there tomorrow night at 6pm, which was when my appt was for. They were able to squeeze me in. Everything is going well with the baby, though I have to start internal exams next week - fun times
Rachel, mama to Luke (10/13/05), Ethan (6/24/07) & Liliana (1/1/10).