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Taken Siphene, no abdominal pain or back pain, have white discharge. History of ectopic pregnancy

hi i am married for last 5years i suffered from ectopic pregnancy in 2010 i.e 2 years befor,this year i have taken another chance dr given me siphene 50mg on 14th day in my left it ruptured,i did intercourse on 4th of this month i checked at home m pregnant n very much worried pls ans me m not having so much pain this time in lower abdomal bt having pain in back, n not having white discharge much
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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Hi Mridula,

I understand that you have done a home pregnancy test and you are pregnant now. It is not necessary to have lower abdominal pain and white discharge in early pregnancy. You had more pain last time as you had ectopic gestation.

Get a tranvaginal scan done at 7 weeks to check for the location of the gestational sac.

Do not worry. You are fine. Attend your antenatal clinic regularly.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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