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Pregnant. Done ultrasound. Taking Prolution depot, Duphaston, Susten. Medicines necessary?

iam 10 weeks pregnant , my LMP was on 29th jan ...ultrasound shows 165 heart beat rate , movements of hands and legs of baby..iam under prolution depot 250 mg every 15 days, i take duphaston 10 mg twice a day and susten 300 vaginal insertion twice a day, and folicular d once a all these medication necessary ..i had a miscarriage 4th march 2013 ...and after that i had my regular periods ..
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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I think there is a typing error regarding your dates of miscarriage. In view of your previous miscarriage, you have been given supportive therapy to help you sustain this pregnancy during the early trimester. Please continue with the treatment as advised and have regular follow up. Once the placenta takes over and the pregnancy stabilizes, your doctor would want to reduce hormonal supplements. Wish you safe motherhood.
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