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Taking Duphaston from first day of pregnancy, taking shots to stop bleeding. Safe for baby?

hi i m 8 week pregnant and taking duphaston frm vry first day of pregnancy after 15 day i hav vaginal bleeding then my doc gave me chorion injection frm 15 august weekly then i hav some dark red spoting for a day then my doctor gave me proluton depot 500mg on28 august now i have no more bleeding are these injection are safe for my baby
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Hi, these injections are safe in pregnancy. These medications are commonly used in situation as yours. As of now, these drugs are not harmful to the baby, as per the recent studies. These medications are to give maximum support to your pregnancy. Bleeding during pregnancy is not good as it indicates threatened abortion. Take adequate rest and follow your doctors advice. All the best.
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