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7 weeks pregnant. Prescribed folic acid, duphaston to avoid miscarriage. Safe to take?

Dear doctor, I am 27 years old,7 weeks pregnant.(First pregnancy) My cycles were regular and I have no health issues, but on my first visit to the OB/Gyn she prescribed folic acid tablets and DUPHASTONE .she told it is to avoid miscarriage .Why am I asked to take it? I had an ultrasound too and everything was absolutely normal.Baby s heartbeat was also detectable. I have no morning sickness ,I am tired all the time. Will you please give me an advise?
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Hi, Its good that Ultrasound and everything is normal .Folic acid is not a medication is a supplementation for the good health of baby. Folic acid will protect baby from the neural tube defects .
Duphastone is progestrone needed for fetus . Its normally secreted but some doctors empericall prescribe this to avoid abortion.I do not suggest to take this as every thing is normal. But continue your folic acid daily ,diet lot of fresh fruits and seasonal green leafy vegetables , proper restas well as freguent small meals.
Answered: Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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