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Can Cyclogest Prevent Miscarriage
Been thru 4 miscarriages doc put me on cyclogest (progesterone) 200 use at night starting frm day 12 does this effect ovulation & prevent pregnancy?
No: Women with recurrent miscarriages before 8 weeks often suffer from Progesterone deficiency. Your doctor is attempting to support your next pregnancy with Progesterone to reduce your chance of miscarriage. It will not affect your ability to get pregnant. I usually start Progesterone at day 18. ...Read more
I had miscarriage some months ago and am now pregnant. My doctor prescribed cyclogest for me. Please advise?
Progesterone support: Congratulations on your pregnancy! Some believe that a cause of miscarriage is low progesterone in early pregnancy before the placenta develops and makes progesterone to support the pregnancy. Some women in early pregnancy are given progesterone, such as cyclogest, to try to make sure that their progesterone level is high enough to support their pregnancy. It will not hurt your pregnancy. ...Read more
M pregnant. My ob/gyn told me to stop glucophage& prescribed cyclogest, (progesterone) duphaston&aspirin after reading about glucophage here I m.Fearing miscarriage?
Pray, take folate!: You basically cannot prevent a miscarriage. Taking Folic Acid at 1-5 mg daily for at least 3 months before conception may help reduce your risk for miscarriage. Also avoid known teratogens (radiation, valproate, uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, methotrexate, ace-inhibitors, heat, misoprostol, etc.) and stay calm, placing your belief in god. ...Read more
Can't.: Unfortunately there is not much we can do to prvent early miscarriages, those that occur before 12 weeks. They are most often caused by a random misalignment of the baby's chromosomes. Such misalignments are spontaneous, random events that are out of the control of outside factors. The good news is that after one miscarriage, your chances of having a normal baby are just as good as before. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do all subchorionic Hermatoma's get treated to prevent miscarriage? I have a small (1x 2cm) and nothing given to me? Normal?
Stay healthy: Lower risk by not smoking or drinking. Establish a high level of fitness through exercise prior to getting pregnant. Take prenatal vitamins and eat a healthy diet prior to getting pregnant. If you are overweight do everything you can to get to a normal body weight before becoming pregnant. Finally, if you are in an abusive relationship, LEAVE and do not get pregnant with the abuser. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends: Have you had miscarriage in the past? If yes, why? Do you have a clotting disorder? In general, getting a good diet with fresh fruits and vegetables, prenatal vitamin, regular exercise, scheduled relaxation time, adequate sleep, no herbal meds or supplements, and low stress levels are helpful. If you have certain problems as above, the need the advice of an obstetrician. Good health! ...Read more
First trimester: A lot of rest, avoid stress, make sure to drink enough fluids and consume nutritious healthy diet, take prenatal multivitamin and importantly to follow up with her OB - get some work up and follow recommendation given. Good luck and enjoy the pregnancy. More need to be done if she has high risk pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Relatively little: Most miscarriages are due to genetic abnormalities in the pregnancy and are lost for that reason. If you have 2 or more losses or lost a pregnancy later on in pregnancy, it is a good idea to see a fertiility doctor for an evaluation to look for preventable causes of recurrent miscarriages. If you have have one or no miscarriages in the last, there no reason to intervene. ...Read more
Sex doesn't cause mc: Sex when pregnant doesn't increase the risk of miscarriage, but we usually advise women who are bleeding in the early part of pregnancy (a 'threatened miscarriage') not to have sex until the bleeding has stopped; if more bleeding follows after sex it just adds to the anxiety of the situation. A woman who's had two or more miscarriages needs testing to look for a cause, by a rei specialist or OB md. ...Read more