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Lack of periods, on medroxyprogesterone acetate tablets and miprogen 200, pregnant now, will these medications affect my baby's health ?

Hello DOCTOR I was not getting a periods and by the doctor suggestion i havetaken medroxyprogesterone acetatetablets then also i didn t get the periods and when i havechecked that i am pregnant and again by the another docors suggestion i am taking the miprogen 2oo Which is a progesterone soft gelatin capsules. Can you tell that my child will grow normally in my womb now i am in gestation period and i am having 1 month 8 days of child in my uterus
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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Hi Nivedita,
Thanks for writing in.
If you have a deficiency of progesterone, you will continue to take progesterone in the first few months. However, for this, progesterone deficiency needs to be documented ( you need to get a progesterone level done) and you would need to be under the guidance of your treating gynaecologist.
Your child would grow normally if this issue ( if present) is resolved.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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