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Had brown discharge. 11 weeks pregnant. Taking Duphaston and IVFC 5000. Had miscarriages. Suggestions?

Hi i had already 2 missed miscariage now m 11 week pregant again n in 10 week had brown clot of litt blood i used to take dupastone n ivfc 5000 once a week doc advise me progestrone injectipn protum depo n in 6 week of preg whn i chked my dupstone level of 13.70 ...n now in 11 week of preg whn i chk dupastone level it was same 13.50 i increased ivfc 5000u,progrstrone injection after every day i inject n dupastone tablets n using cyclogest tablet also twice n day is my treatment gng rightly n anyother advise
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query
Please do not taper with the dosages of your medications on your own.
Go strictly by the medical prescription provided to you.
The medicines provided are correct.
You need investigations for previous 2 miscarriages.
Genetic causes are the most common.
Intrauterine infections are another reason.
Autoimmune conditions need to be ruled out.
Abnormalities in shape or size of the uterus and cervix need to be screened.
Hormonal imbalance as a cause is already being taken care of , by the medicines given to you.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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