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Pregnant after IUI, 4 wks of pregnancy, subserosal fibroid and rt. tubal blockage, geston(progesteron), progynova(oestradiol) injection

my wife got pregnant after IUI , 4 wks of pregnancy with apperance of gestational sac in USG finding.there is a subserosal fibroid and rt. tubal prescribe inj geston(progesteron) im daily and progynova(oestradiol) 2mg 3 times daily.but i know that oestradiol is contraindicated in pregnancy.she already taken single dose of progynova.what can i do?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Hello sir, congratulations for the good news. There is no harm in taking both the medicines. They help in better implantation and progression of pregnancy. Estradiol increases the blood flow to uterine endometrial lining and nutrition to growing embryo. Follow the dosage prescribed by your gynecologist and keep regular follow up. Take care and all the best.
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