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Pregnant with twins, one baby not growing properly. Is it advisable to take seacure 200 and duphosten tablets?

hello , i just want to know that one thing , actually my wife is pregnant of twins baby, two months is going on and out of two baby one baby is fine another will not ok means another baby is not growing so any problem is that? pls give me answer . my consult doctor has given medicine seacure 200 (progestrone effervescent vaginal tablets) along with duphosten tablets for 15 days, so is this right medicine pls tell me iam very in tense
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi Saeed
You have not mentioned any Ultrasonography report showing whether twin pregnancy is dichorionic diamniotic or monochorionic.
These medicines are having just empirical role in supporting placenta.
It may happen that after completion of three months,only one foetus survives & another one vanishes.
Good luck
Answered: Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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OBGYN Dr. Nidhi Gandhi Chandak's  Response
actually the scan reports are not mentioned so i actually cant comment much but...
It is true that some complications are slightly more common in twin pregnancies. These complications are relatively rare, but they do need medical attention and monitoring, so it's important to be aware of them. Many complications can only be picked up at your antenatal appointments, so make sure that you attend all of themost miscarriages, for single and multiple pregnancies, happen in the first 12 weeks. Sometimes one baby is lost, but if this happens during your first trimester, it won't usually affect the development of your remaining baby. The fetus that has died is often completely reabsorbed (vanishing twin syndrome), and you may have few or no symptoms.

Vanishing twin syndrome happens in between 21 per cent and 30 per cent of multiple pregnancies. It's more common than we think, because many of these early twin pregnancies are never discovered.

the medicines u are taking are perfectly fine and will help ur foetuses to grow..

dont wory....visit ur doc regu;larly.....


Answered: Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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