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Medications to prevent miscarriage - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I am in the 9th week of pregnancy. We did an ultrasound last week and it was said that there is a choriodecidual seperation of 25% and some bleeding around the pregnancy. so i was asked to take Susten 200g injections once every week. And also naturogest 200 mg twice daily. Its not only making me very sick, I am worried that its too much of hormones that is being given to me. Is this dosage right? I was also given an Anti D injection as my blood group is O Rh Negative. I am also on 100mcg Eltroxin and 500mg Diamet (metformin) from before. I am really concerned as i have conceived after 6 years of marriage. Please advice.
Doctor :   hi
User :   hello
Doctor :   Please let me read what you have typed.
User :   okay
Doctor :   the medications have been given to you to prevent miscarriage
Doctor :   do not stop taking them
User :   okay
User :   okay
Doctor :   they will help you to prevent further placental separation and bleeding
User :   the dosage is right as well?
Doctor :   the nausea can be handled with diet modifications and lifestyle changes
Doctor :   yes, the dosage also is the standard dosage.
User :   okay, that is very reassuring to hear. thank you
Doctor :   discuss the problems that you are facing with your gyne
Doctor :   and she will help you out
Doctor :   avoid taking large meals and foods that are spicy oily
Doctor :   stick more to fruits and vegetables, and do not keep stomach empty for more than 3 hours
User :   okay. i ll do that
Doctor :   except when you are asleep
User :   okay
Doctor :   take adequate rest every day
Doctor :   of 6-7 hours sleep at night and 1-2 hours nap in afternoon
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