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Is duphaston safe to take during the 8th month of pregnancy ?

Is duphaston safe to take during the 8th month of pregnancy I ve been on duphaston from the time i conceived. (daily twice during the 1st trimester, and daily once from my 4th month of pregnancy till now). I completed my 7th month last week. I will be travelling by train next week. Doctor has prescribed duvadilon due to the travel. But now that I am in the 8th month, should I discontinue duphaston, or should I continue taking that till I travel?
Asked On : Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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Tab duphaston is usually not given during pregnancy. I think you are talking about tab. Duvadilan which is given to decrease the pains. You should not discontinue the tablet specialy when you are travelling as it may lead to premature labour and delivery.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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