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Pregnancy with IVF, have recurring spotting. What could the cause be?

Hi , I have just completed my 6th week of pregnancy after IVF . During my 5th week ,i had spotting & doctor prescribed me Susten100 , which stopped spotting after a course of 3 days. Now again i am getting spotting. And doctor prescribed me susten again. what could be the problem ? I had an earlier ectopic preg. I dont have any abdoinal cramps /pains . so can it be another ectopic ?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Thanks for your query,
Recurrent spotting may be related to threatened abortion or even ectopic . Susten is a progesterone which helps in sustaining pregnancy. Have not you undergone any USG after you became pregnant? USG can help in excluding ectopic pregancy and helps us to diagnose a normal pregnancy. Take complete rest and take medicines.
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Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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