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27 weeks pregnant
I m having pain in left lower abdomen since 17th week, my Gynecologist is giving me Proluton depot 250 every week and duvadiline 10mg twice a day and Susten 300 once a day. I consulted 2 other Gynecologist last month, they said no need to take injection or any medicine. But sometimes pain was increasing so i continued injection and medicines. Now u haven't take injection since 2 week and pain has increased little bit. What should I do? Injection is must? I m taking susten n duvadiline.
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