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Missing periods. Took regestrone. Pregnancy test positive. Is there any side effect of medicine on baby?

i had my last periods on 5th march 2012 then i didnt get periods on April month so i took regestrone later inthe end of the month found iam pregnant will that regestrone will cause any harm to the baby. I have done down syndrome and triple screening blood test everything is normal but worried whether the tablet will have any effect on the baby iam on the 4th month of pregnancy please advise
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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regestrone is a form of progesterone which is a hormone that the body produces a lot of in pregnancy. there is no reason to suspect that it would cause any harm to your baby if you took it during pregnancy. I wish you all the best in your pregnancy, and please feel free to let me know if you have any more questions.
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