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1st month pregnancy medication Folic acid and Duphaston 10mg tablet as of now. Any recommendations or advice. Does taking duphaston tablet advisable and good during pregnancy? Please drop your valuable suggestion. Thanks.
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Duphaston/susten is just progesterone supplement, you can continue it till 13 weeks. There is no harm in taking those tablet. Continue with folic acid
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Duphaston is given to support the pregnancy as placenta is just developing . It gives hormonal support to pregnancy and avoid miscarriage
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Upto 20 weeks, it's good to take duphaston which contains dydrogesterone, a progesterone analogous which acts as a PRO-GESTATIONAL hormone ( pro pregnancy hormone) Folic acid 400 mcg daily is also beneficial and reduces the risk of neutral tube defects in the fetus. Iron tablets and calcium supplementation to be started after 12 weeks
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continue Folic acid and duphaston
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