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Have dark brown watery spotting, had IVF, positive test. Taking utrogestan, progynova. How stop bleeding?

Hi,I had IVF and have had my first blood test which was positive,I have had a dark brown watery spotting since day 10 past ET,and it is still goin,and is 13 days past ET.I am taking utrogestan 3 times a day as well as progynova.Could you tell me if I shld be worries!?I have anothe bloodtest on Tues.What can I do to make the spotting stop?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Dear Loamikok,
To start I would like to congratulate you for the positive test, wishing you an easy pregnancy and delivery.
I reassure you that the the discharge you describe is nothing to worry about at all.
Even if there is fresh bleeding, don't worry and only depend on the ultrasound pictures.
The medications you mentioned are fine, but I think you need to add another form of progesterone in the form of IM injection or suppository.
Finally take care and don't miss your appointments with your obstetrician.
Good luck.. Dr. Ahmed Bahaa.
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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