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3 months pregnant, bleeding, duphaston, myfol, bisleri

this is 3rd month of my pregnancy, and i picked a heavy machine, then suddenly blood started, now during urinal pass the blood increases, i consult to doctor, the doctor suggest me these medicines, 1. Dophason ( dydrogesterone ) 2. Myfol (L-Methylfolate) 3. Bisleri (iron III Hydroxide Polymaltose , Complex + Folic Acid ) shell i remain pregnant , or i must take abortion step.? Please help me,
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
you shouldn't lift heavy weights during pregnancy. It can lead to miscarriage.
You didn't mentioned whether your doctor has done ultrasound or not.
If not please undergo ultrasound which will rule out the underlying cause of your bleeding.
Depending on the report if the fetus is viable no need to go for abortion.
You have to continue the medicines given by your doctor which will help in maintaining of pregnancy, and be careful in future.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 4 May 2012
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