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I m feeling tiredness & vomiting through out the day. How long may I have to have it ?

I have many Queries in My mind. My LMP was on Nov 20th & On the month of Nov before 20th I d i pill & had MP normally. But on Dec 8th had fewer spotting for 2 days. Then on Dec 28th when I missed my Periods I tested for Pregnancy & turned negative. Then again on Jan 13th When I tested for Pregnancy it turned be positive & in the ultrasound scan the fetus age was determined as 6 W 3 D. ( I m still not able to determine the exact week. Should I go with the scan or LMP). Then My Gyn has prescribed me to have Sustain 2oo Daily one. This is my second pregnancy & the first was very normal & I don t have any history of miscarriages. I m feeling tiredness & vomiting through out the day . Does it have any connection with the Sustain. How long may Ive to have it & what s my exact week
Asked On : Mon, 31 Jan 2011
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Your periods were irregular due to the i pill.In early pregnancy you should always take the scan as the most accurate.Susten has been given to you to help the pregnancy and doesnt have any side effects like vomiting.That is part of the normal pregnancy symptoms.Your will prescribe medicines for that.You should go with the gestational age in the first scan.You may have to take the susten for 2-3 months and it can be earlier if the scans are good.
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