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Had miscarriage. D&C done. Took primolut nor 10 mg. Trying to conceive. Precaution for safe pregnancy?

I was pregnant for 2 month and due to lack of foetal growth and heart beat missd abortion happnd. and Undergone D&C on April 8th.i have toook premolut-nor -10 mg for 10 days and after three days periods came.. by direction of gynecologist .we are trying to concieve with permission of doctor .Is there any problem in further conception taking this medicine..what steps shall i take as precaution for a safe pregnancy?
Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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I dont think there will be problem in conceiving. However, I hope you have discontinued the primolut Nor now. I suggest that you have unprotected sexual intercourse on day 10-day 18 of your cycle ( provided you have a 28 day cycle), given that day 1 is the day you get your period. Have a healthy and balanced diet. Exercise regularly and keep stress at bay. Also, dont take any medication without consulting a physician. I am sure you'll be able to conceive.
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