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Pregnant, clinical exam showed tubular firm, closed os. Advised aspirin, L-arginine, duvadilan. Suggestion?

Dear doctor ,i m 30 yrs old ENT surgeon,gravida 1, 17 weeks pregnant,recently done an ultrasound,it showed less than average liquor and cervix length 2.3cm .On clinlcal examination she told me that i had a 2.5cm cervix ,tubular firm ,os closed,my obstretician has prescribed me ,tab aspirin 50mg od, tab L- arginine 1GM, tab duvadilan 2mg bd daily ,All haematological and vital parameters are normal, requesting you to give me your valuable advice ,thankyou!
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Thanks for your query,
All the drugs are given prophylactically to prevent any complications. Less liquor may be associated with reduced growth of fetus. So you are given aspirin and arginine. Duvadilan keeps the uterus relax.
So maintain hydration of your body and remain relaxed. Do regular check up to monitor liquor status and growth of fetus.
Best of luck and take care...
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Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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