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    Normal TSH but very dry skin during pregnancy

    I am a few months pregnant and previously been suspected of underactive thyroid. According to my doctor, my TSH levels are normal but my skin is so dry. I am going crazy Does anyone know similar problem or is it a symptom of pregnancy?

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    Can't help your with pregnancy symptoms but congratulations on getting pregnant

    I wouldnt worry too much as during pregnancy hormones fluctuate a lot hence you'll get some unpleasant symptoms.

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    I can't say I have ever had dry skin as a symptom of pregnancy but it could be as a bodies go through a hell of a lot during this time.

    Congrats on your little bub....

 

 

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