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Pregnant. Have PCOS. Had abortions. On duvadilan. Suggestion?

hai doctor twice my preganancy got aborted at 4 and 6 months respectively.I have polysistic overy. and have taken tablets for the same for 1 year ,i still have POLYSISTIC OVERY. now i am pregnant again .my doctor has adviced medicines like DUVADILAN 10 MG,FOPYMIN AND SUSTAN 100. Kindly advice is it safe to take the above medicines. Secondly weather polysistic overy will effect my pregenancy again if yes wat is the remedy
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Polycystic ovary is a hormonal condition.It wont have any effect once you are already pregnant. You can take these medicines your doctor has prescribed. Since you have a bad history you need to be very alert in this pregnancy.Further evaluation is needed as to the cause of your previous miscarriages and rectified.
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