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Had miprogen 200 to get relief from back pain during pregnancy. Can I continue the same during second pregnancy?

hi sir/mam, during my 1st pregnanacy doctor advised to keep the miprogen 200 which will help in back ache, & it really helped alot & i blessed a baby girl by operation. Now i am again pregnant of 2 months and the treatment is going on with a charitable clinic who has given 2 types of tabs - folic acid & other one. The Miprogen 200 is a costly medicine so the doctors not advise every body. Can i use the miprogen 200 again for relief in back ache without doctor s suggestion. Please guide & help me. Thanks & Regards. Kiran P. Chaudhari
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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Miprogen 200 is a natural micronised progesterone and is given in threatened abortion cases. It is not likely to relieve your back pain. You need to add milk and egg to your diet to combat the calcium deficiency.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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