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Why am I still bleeding post sonar? On Duphaston. Now?

hiii Dr. i did a sonar and my doctor said im less than 5 weeks becouse he still couldnt see the clearly anything and before 2 days some blood started as if it was my normal period and today is the 4th day and im still bleeding doctor gave me duphaston 3 times daily for 2 weeks and i had the primolut injection twice ,yesterday and 2 days before that....i had the hormone test and my doctor said the results were very fine so thats why he decided to give me the injection and duphaston.....but i want to know why am i still bleeding ??? and will i getthrough it or will i lose my baby ??? thank u
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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Hi and welcome to HCM!
Thanks for posting your query here.
Duphaston is a progesterone derivative and helps in supporting the gestation. In general the corpus luteum in the ovary secretes progesteron which helps in the implantation of the embryo in the wall of the uterus. From 12th week onwards the placenta starts producing progesterone and maintains untill the term. This is very crucial for maintaining the pregnancy. A lower progesterone level induces bleeding from the uterus. This is supported by the exogenous administration of progesterone. It will take time for the bleeding to stop. You didnt mention whether it is spotting or heavy bleeding? If it is spotting only there are maximum chances of getting through it.
If it is heavy bleeding chances are less. But for this you need to take absolute bed rest wherin you should not get up from the bed even for urination also. Take healthy food and dont get anxious and nervous because this will affect the bleeding. A followup scan will help you in noticing the progress.

I hope you will get through and I wish you a speedy recovery.
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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