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How safe is it to take Duphaston when trying to conceive? History of miscarriage

Hi, I am 26 year old female married for 3 yrs. I had a miscarriage at the start of my 4th month in 10July 2012 as results of embryonic demise. I want to try again for conception . It was my first pregnancy, i took Duphaston 10mg from 10day of my cycle for 10days and for another 10 days when i conceive as per my Gynec instructions. Since i want to try again how safe to take Duphaston again in this cycle. Please advice how i can plan in better way. Since We are very eager to have baby now.. Thanks..
Asked On : Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

Duphaston is a medication which assists pregnancy.This makes the uterine endometrium fit to rear the fetus.

Need not worry , if you are advise the medication do consume as scheduled by the gynecologist.

Do discuss with your gynecologist the reason for the embryonic demise you had last time.

Wish you good health.

Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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