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Trying to conceive, taking duphaston, have abdominal cramps. Signs of pregnancy?

my period arrives every other month now since i stopped taking birth control pills. my OB prescribed me duphaston that will be taken for 3 days (its my 2nd day today). im also trying to concieve . my last period start was may 18 and had intercourse from june 1-9 ( my husband arrived during those days). wondering if I am pregnant. Can Duphaston make you feel abdominal cramps if you are pregnant or just trying to get menstruation? When can I do my PT? thanks
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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Thanks for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern and let me tell you something for then conception one does not need any medicine this is physiological and natural phenomenon and that does not need any treatment, only certain compatibility is needed, if you missed the period and second week is going on then you can get done the ultrasonography test, hope this information helps you, take care and have nice day.
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