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Pregnant. Sonography, urine, blood test done. Progesterone, Duphaston, HCG injection prescribed. Why is this medication prescribed?

i have done misscarrage before one year and now i m 6 week pregnant at 4th week i have done urin test and its positive i have cunsult doc and he told to do blood test & in blood test my Hcg levels level were 498 (4th week) doc done sonography also and told me no sac seen. so he gave me Hcg 5000 injection for every week for 3 week & He gave me progestrone pills & duphastone pills For 15 days course told me to come after 3 week and after 3 week now he done again sonography. and give me 2 more hcg injection for next 2 week. i ask doc did u seen sac he told us yes the why he give me again hcg injection. is every thing is ok. i m just confused plz help me to answer He gave me progestrone pills & duphastone pills For 15 days course & again he continue the same course Of more 15 days
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

Some women may have low HCG levels in early pregnancy that may affect the growth of the baby.
As the sac was not there in your first scan, the HCG levels were at the borderline and as you are having previous history of miscarriage your doctor might have given you on HCG injection.
Progesterone and duphaston(which is also a progesterone) tablets will help in maintenance of pregnancy and prevent miscarriage.
May be your doctor thought that continuation of the treatment may be needed and that would be beneficial to you, so he might have told to continue the pills.
Don't worry usually no harm will occur with continuation of these medicines.

Take care.
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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