Hashimoto's and

Hi there,

I am new to this forum but have read a few posts and well it sounds like a constant learning curve for me personally and others here. The reason I am posting is I wanted to see an endocrinologist who specialises in re-current miscarriages and hypothyroidism, do any of you know of one who practises in London?

I have been looking at the GP list supplied by Thyroid UK and I have a appt scheduled with Dr.Peatfield Spet 7th but he's so far away it would be so much easier to see someone in London.

Would appreciate any recommendations and advice.

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  • Welcome to the forum, Moorthya.

    Conception can be difficult and miscarriage common in women with TSH >2.5. NICE recommend the TSH of women planning conception and newly pregnant should be in the low normal range 0.4-2.0 with FT4 in the upper quadrant of range. Levothyroxine is usually increased by 25-50mcg when pregnancy is confirmed to ensure good foetal development and to avoid post-partum thyroiditis.


  • Thanks for the reply I will take a look at the link. One consultant told me that in I should have TSH <2 as well I have hovered around 3. Well I haven't found an endo but I am seeing Deborah Grant who is looking at the gut as I also have Thyroid antibodies (Hashimoto's) by healing the gut my angle will be to retest the antibody and TSH and free T4/T3 and take it from there….

  • Moorthya, it may be worth showing the NICE link to your GP and perhaps trial Levothyroxine to lower TSH and see whether it aids conception.

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