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Why am I having spotting after taking 14 tablets of Duphaston ?

Hello dr. I am 29 yr old,having no baby and experienced an early miscarriage in January. My menstural cycle is of 32-40 days,duration is 3 days. Bleeding is not heavy bt with clots. Recently my dr. has prescribed me duphaston for 3mnths. After having 14 tablets,today I find light red stain in the morning for once. My lmp was on 5th june. Why are this tablets taken for? We are planning for a baby. Is it the right time? Plz help.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jul 2011
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Hi, thanks for query.This tablets contain a hormone called progesterone.It is used in vide variety of conditions like inferlity,menstural disorders etc.Once reports are normal and your ovulation is normal you can try for baby.Please discuss with your doctor about possibility if thyroid disorder.
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