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Bleeding & vomiting during pregnancy. Had recurrent miscarriages. Taking Duphastone, ecosprin, fertigyn inj.

Hi, My wife is 9 weeks pregnant,Earlier she miscarried twice last year. She had little bleeding before 2 weeks, and twice again at the begining of last week. Also she is having severe vomitings, and when took her to hospital, they have given her IV. Also during scan it was would found that she has a peri gestation sac bleed of 2*0.7 cm. Just wanted to check if the bleed size is small. Also can you please let me know if it is good to have one scan to check the status. Attaching scan reports as well. Currently she is having severe vomitings, and pain in the right side. Pls advice. She is currently taking 1) Tab Duphastone - 3 times a day 2) Tab ecosprin 75 mg - 1 time a day 3) Tab MHR - 1 time a day 4) Used to take doxinate 1 time a day till yesterday. 5) Fertigyn injection once in a week 6) Tab ondem-MD during sever vomiting
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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hi, please do continue above treatment with strict bed rest for next month.thanx for sharing in this forum
Answered: Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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