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Brown color spotting. Taking Gestrenol. Had blighted ovum in previous pregnancy. What should i do?

hi, today i m 1 and half month pregnent. but from last five days i m facing spoting problem, it is brown in colour. i m taking 2 Gestrenol tablets daily , bt still not getting any benefit. please note that last year when i was pregnent i had the same problem and it becomes blighted ovum . would u please tell me why im facing this problem and what should i do right now.
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Hi, a brown coloured spotting usually indicates the presence of old collected blood in the genital tract which may be of vaginal, cervical or more likely placental origin. Tab gestrenol does help in sustainence of pregnancy but only if it's viable. A previous blighted ovum indicates a likelihood of some genetic defect in that embryo and is less likely to have any negative effect on this pregnancy. Tab folic acid 5mg once a day taken everyday for first 3 months of pregnancy or has been shown to lower risk of genetic defects in the foetus. You need to visit your gynaec and get an ultrasound done to check the wellbeing of the embryo.
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