Did you get an ultrasound
scan of your pregnancy? If so, is the fetal heart seen and is everything normal for the period of gestation? You have to confirm these two aspects now. If the fetal heart is fine and the pregnancy can be maintained, then hormones such as HCG
have to be given to maintain pregnancy. Primolut is not advisable if the baby is a female. There are other better long-acting Progesterones and HCG is surely the best. As there has been continuous bleeding for over 2 weeks, we cannot proceed further with maintenance of pregnancy unless we are pretty sure that the pregnancy is still alive. Primolut N
injections are better replaced by HCG or other long acting Progesterone injections if the condition of pregnancy is confirmed to be viable. If not, the injection is of no use.
Wish you luck!