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Pregnant, advised microgest, feozin, hemofix, had miscarriage, abortion. Right medicine?

hi, my wife is pregnant for 17 weeks (first time). We consulted with a gyno doctor. He prescribed to take 2nos microgest 100mg cap per day & feozin tab from the beginning and Hemofix FZ 2nos per day from last 23 days. Is these the right medicine for her. I read it could not use in pregnency and it has other side effect. Note: 2 year ago she had a miscarraige at 1.5 month and had also an abortion 4 years ago.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response

The doctor has prescribed right medicines for her which are safe in pregnancy and does not harm the fetus or the mother, So don't worry.

I would advice her to take rest and follow your doctors advice as she has had previous history of miscarriage.

The microgest tablet is hormone which would support the pregnancy, feozin is probably folic acid for the baby's brain development and hemofix FZ is a hematinic to maintain the mother's hemoglobin.

Take care.

Dr. Rishma Lakhani.
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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