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Pregnancy test came negative. Took primolut after diagonised with PCOD. Effect on fetus?

hi doctor, i took primolut n tablets for 6 days after been diagnosed with PCOS with an ultrasound3 weeks ago. There was no pregnancy. A week after completing the medication, still expecting my period, i did a urine pregnancy test last week and it turned out positive. will the primolut cause any harm to the fetus and what is the gestational age of the fetus?
Asked On : Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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Primolut N is contraindicated in pregnancy, and since you used it after getting a sonogram, you were perhaps ovulating at that stage. Though the effects on the fetus are not well framed, it could lead to early labor, uterine irritability as seen in some studies. I advice you to see your doctor immediately for a blood test and a sonogram to know the exact state of affairs. Good luck.
Answered: Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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