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Pregnant and has PCO
Hello doctor I have irregular periods due to PCO. After taking hmg and hcg shot(15 days before) last month I took hpt on 14 th day it came positive. On 15th dpo I took blood test which showed beta hcg= 290. I have been prescribed to take duphaston 10 mg for 10 days. Also 2 months before I took prolactin test which was 52ng too high. I am taking caberlin .5 tablet once a week from 2 months. Taking folic acid tablet from a year. My doubt is 1)when should I consult a doctor 2)should I continue taking caberlin since I feel I m pregnant 3) I have pco what precautions should I take to prevent miscarriage which is common in pcod patient. 4)should I continue duphaston.5) I am taking shelcal, iron tablet and vit b complex from 2 months.shall i continue. .. Thanks a lot doctor.
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Dr. Veena Vidyasagar
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Dear Practo user, It is better to consult Gynaecologist as soon as possible. You can continue to take Duphaston. Tab Shelcal, Iron and Vit B Complex usually need not be taken now. For other matters, follow the advice of Gynaecologist.
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Dr. Tanuja Uchil
Gynecologist/Obstetrician 19 yrs exp Mumbai
I agree with Dr Veena, since you were on a stimulated cycle, you should meet your gynaecologist immediately. And nothing other than folic acid and progesterone in the first trimester.
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