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Had migraine after taking Primolut during pregnancy. Have leg pain. Due to taking medicine?

i HAVE HAD THREE PREGNANCIES and just have one offspring my second pregnancy. 2nd pregnancy prerscribed 36 injection of primulot D. Got migrains for first time in life. periods stopped altogether when young have never had synptoms of change of life now in old age suich weight gain at same time daughter of that pregnancy huige weight gain suffered after those injections with High Blood pressure now terrible leg pains - like blockage partially blocked blood vessel and nerve Any connection to this drug - always suspected there was especially when periods stopped early in life
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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So due to chances of miscarriages , your doctor had prescribed you the injections of progesterone,
Actually with the progesterone injections and tablets there will be fluid retention in the body and there will be some feel of weight gain but after discounting them the side effects gradually disappears , and also the progesterone injections has nothing to do with migraine , they won't cause migraine , and the leg cramps you were having due to obesity or else due to some vascular insufficiency, you better take the Doppler study of your lower limbs for further evaluation by consulting a physician first..

Take care ..bye
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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