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Had abdominal cramps, bleeding in vagina. On primolut injectioon. Side effects?

Hi I had abdominal cramps last 2 nyts ago, OB Gyne did a vaginal check and find out that there s a little bleeding . But cervical os is close and no harm for the baby to be affected of the cramps. She gave me Primulot injection 50mg. Then rested for a while and sent home. When I woke up the following day, I found a very black blood on my undies like 10ml or more. What was that? One of aide effects?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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The presence of a bleed during your pregnancy raises concern about a threatened abortion.

Which is why your doctor has added primolut injections to your treatment regimen.

The presence of black blood, which could have been thick with the presence of clots is old blood.

This again supports the possibility of a threatened abortion. An irregular uterine bleed is also one of the side effects of using primolut, but this was present before you started off with the medication, so I would still attribute the presentation to a possible threatened abortion.

Please discuss all safety and precautionary measures with your doctor.

Hope this helps.

Take care.
Answered: Wed, 17 Jul 2013
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