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8 weeks pregnant, progestrone capsule (nidagen-200) and mcbm-69, purpose of medicine

hi doctor i am 26 years old , height 5,6 feet i am pregnant 8 week is running this month first tym i visited hospital to find out that everything is normal or not .she checked but she prescribe some medicine micronised progestrone capsule (nidagen-200) and mcbm-69. so i want to know that what kind of medicine is it ?is it safe ? is everything is normal...
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Hi Sangeeta,
nidagen 200 is micronised progesterone. Progesterone is essential for maintenance of pregnancy, though naturally progesterone gets produced in the body this supplementation will give additional protection.
MCBM-69 tablets contain mecobalamin 500 mcg, pyridoxine hydrochloride 10 mg and folic acid 5 mg, which will help for the brain development of the baby.
These are safe and no need to worry in using them.
take regular checkups and follow your doctor's advice.
take care
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