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Prescribed Duphaston during 7 weeks of pregnancy. Having pain in breast. Suggestions?

Duphaston is banned in US. Is that right ? I have a normal 7 week pregnancy with no bigger complication right now as all reports are normal including ultrasound . My doctor prescribed me Duphaston 10 mg twice a day. I am confused why ? I am observing the side -effect of it as well ( pain in breast ) Please guide me through.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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hi, i am not sure about duphaston being banned in us, usually duphaston is given if you are having a threatened abortion - if you had spotting or bleeding in the early weeks, and ultrasound confirmed a live baby then we give duphaston to stop the bleeding.
i would suggest you visit your doctor and ask why he/she prescribed you that.
hope have answered your query.
Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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