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What causes bleeding during pregnancy ?

I am pregnant . I had my last period on 4th March 2012. My previous doctor gave me Folinext D tablets . Yesterday another doctor gave me Folvite and Duphaston . So i want to ask can i continue with folinext D and also take Duphaston. Moreover I also had a slight bleeding yesterday only once that is when I went to toilet i show it in my underwear but immediately it stopped and didn t happen again. Plz guide me is it dangerous. Let me tell you day before yesterday night we had intercourse. Can it be because of that. My doctor saying it is a sign of unhealthy pregnancy. She has also prescribed ultrasound but i am not willing to do it as it is too early.I am very much worried as this is my first pregnancy.
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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Mar 2016
Welcome to HCM.
You are carrying 6wks+ pregnancy with one time slight spotting in underwear.
Bleeding in early wks of pregnancy is sometimes alarming sign of abortion. So be careful of that.
I advice you to take both tab Folinext D and Duphaston upto 4 months for continuing a healthy pregnancy along with bed rest.
Also do a USG for monitoring of fetus growth or anything abnormality in early pregnancy.
Along with take healthy diet,avoid stress,maintain hygiene.
All the best.

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Answered: Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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