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Missed period. Pregnancy test negative. Prescribed sustan 200. Will it help in conceiving?

i had missed my periods in last before month after 40 days i test pc but its result is negative.i went to doctor she gave me some blood test its result also same neg,then she gave me a tablet i had my period.the last month i lost my period,after 1wk i had my period.I went to doctor she gave me a tablet sustan 200 for 5days.if i taken is that safe to.we try to conceive is sustan help for me?pls tell me..
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Tablet sustain is a progesterone preparation given to supplement the placental function in the early weeks of pregnancy. This can help in preparing the endometrium but will not facilitate ovulation. Do consult an infertility specialist for treatment.
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Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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