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    Day 3 fertility test results
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    An_253702 posted:
    I just received the results of my day 3 tests and wanted to get some input from others on my TSH level. The TSH level was 2.97. According to my OB GYN, that is normal, but when I spoke to a close friend whose sister is also trying to get pregnant she told me that her sister's doctor said that anything above 2 might pose as a fertility barrier and could require medication. I am curious what others have been told. My other test results (FSH, LH, Free T4, and Estrogen) were all in the normal range. Thanks!
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