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Will Primolut-N affect the foetus ?

I was went to doctor after two months periods not came,But doctor look pregnancy blood test and it was nagative so then doctor give primolut N . I took 6 tablets within 3 days and waited two weeks but period not started so again i went to doctor but this time pregnancy blood is pasitive.. is it affect baby and what baby future it will acffect?.please advice.
Asked On : Mon, 13 Feb 2012
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The tablet PRIMOLUT N what you have taken is synthetic hormone norethisterone similar to natural hormone progesterone it is prescribed for irregular menstrual cycle ,heavy delayed menstrual bleedind or premenstrual syndrome which will help to regulate the healthy growth and normal shedding of womb lining
There is no evidence to suggest that the pill what you have already taken will harm the baby...i would recommend you to visit gyaneacologist for an examination and blood HCGt test pregnancy to confirm or to rule out some time urine pregnacy test shows false positive due to hormonal pills
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