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Utrogestan morning milky discharge

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doctor1 MD

May I take 2 via vaginal and 1 via mouth? Thanks

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I am 5.5 weeks pregnant and will start taking utrogestan 200mg through vaginal area and 100mg through oral. The doctor said I may be having a threatened miscarriage . Am I okay to take these drugs? ...

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So thanks about the utrogestan advice. Now I would like to know how many to insert via vaginal and how many oral per day? Thanks ...

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Hi Iam using Utrogeston 200 mg 3 times a day but each time I insert it vaginaly I rest for 20 minutes and when I stand up it seems to fall out as white liquid? Does that mean Iam soon g it wrong ?

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My doctor gave me hcg 5000 injection and utrogestan through vagina . What will be the purpose and consequence. ...

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that with an antibiotic She now discharged me but gave me utrogestan to take. Is this safe? When will i give birth than? ...

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Hi, I am 34 weeks pregnant and want to know if it is safe to use Utrogestan 100mg? My Gynie prescribed 1 in the morning and 2 at night untill i give birth. On the internet it states ...

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hi, i just want to know if i am pregnant or not, i dont have any symptoms, no morning sickness ... & then the period will come & it really did. the medicine is utrogestan 100mg. pls reply im comfused. ...

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hi, im 5 weeks pregnant and have had a brown discharge for 4 days now. its not heavy but its there. i wait to my doctor last night and he prescribed Utrogestan 100mg to take twicw a day. I have seen ...

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doctor has prescribed Utrogestan 100 mg twice a day (vaginal). What I need to know: 1. Is it really .... I m having morning chills and shivers recently ( I have panic attack history) and I want to know ...

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the fetus is look like and he prescribed me utrogestan 200mg, 15 tablets, 1 per day at bed time. and in 2 weeks i shall see him again for another usg to see the fetus size. i had light brown discharge maybe ...

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Hello doctor my wife pregnant with 5-6 weeks she made blood test 3 days ago the result it is positive we visit the doctor for make ultrasound she told us everything is ok and keep to take Utrogestan ...

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Utrogestan, one in the morning and one at night but ONLY when the spotting starts and when there is no spotting I must not take anything. Well, I have since stopped taking Utrogestan twice and each time I stop ...

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Hi my wife is using utrogestan in our ivf and spotting started on Friday. A 5day Emb wast ... of pink but no bright rend or no flow of blood. this morning she is aging she has a funny sour tast in her ...

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Good day, Is Utrogestan 100mg safe when 6 weeks pregant, had very mild spot brownish bleeding. Suffered a miscarriage 3 years ago. My ultrasound today showed a healthy sac. My concern was the mild ...

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doctor1 MD

HAI WELCOME TO HCM IT IS DUE TO CONSTIPATION . progestrone may cause constipation. you have to take lot of water ,fibre diet to avoid constipation.

doctor1 MD

Try and get a formulation of Medroxyprogesterone acetate or Norethisterone. If you have nothing, then take Utrogestan, what else can you do ?

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Thanks for this query. It should be okay. it is often important in the early stages of pregnancy when there is insufficient levels of progesterone to support the pregnancy. If it has worked well up to now, then it is more likely to be okay because the placenta has matured enough to take over. However, talk to your doctor if any lingering unanswered worries. Thanks, Dr. Ditah, MD