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I missed my period on 12th of September.took a upt today which shows a very faint line within 1minute..my gynecologist prescribed me serum beta hcg and TVS FPP,she also prescribed me Dydroboon tab..like to know why I given this tablet??I was on letroz 2.5 mg CD 3 to 7 (2nd cycle)followed by susten sr300 from CD 16 to 25..my LMP 13/09/2021
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Consultation with your treating doctor is advisable
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Better consult with your gynaecologist
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Your last period is 12 Sept. So you are only 7 weeks overdue. Even pregnancy test is doubtful. I suggest you wait for 2 weeks. Get confirmation of your pregnancy and then proceed further.
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Please consult a Gynaecologist on Practo for further management after your pregnancy has been confirmed.
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Supportive medications
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Reach Practo profile for further assistance. Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.
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It's a supportive medications, continue with it.
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Consult obstretician.
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Consult online for detailed treatment plan and consultation
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Those are supportive medications.. Nothing to worry
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Hi Dydroboon tablet is indicated to treat infertility and periods related irregularities. So it could be add on tablets to your ongoing medications.
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for detail consult your gynecologist
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To be explained by your gynecologist
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