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Primolut In Management Of Threatened Abortion
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I m 6week 1day preg. Dr. saw a sac, yolk and heard heartbeat. said everything is normal but in diagnosis she wrote threatened abortion. why? m worried
You were bleeding: You were bleeding at the time of the examination and therefore by definition it is a "threatened abortion." (miscarriage) ...Read more
Post menstrual bleeding for 12 days discovered today pregnant ( day 42) BHCG 290 miu/dl. Is this sure abortion ( low BHCG) or threatened abortion?
Threatened abortion: Until the levels are dropping or you are passing tissue it is just a threatened abortion. Miscarriages/ spontaneous abortions usually occur because there is something very serious the matter with the baby and are not due to anything you did or didn't do. Always remember that. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have been spotting for 16days, had two blood pregnancy test but it is weakly positive.On du photon for 2weeks now could it be threatened abortion. ?
Diagnosed with threatened abortion. 7 wks along, major cramping, bleeding and passing clots. Had blood drawn today. Am I have a miscarriage?
Not always: A diagnosis of "threatened abortion" indicates that you've experienced cramping/bleeding during pregnancy that raise concern for possible miscarriage, however your exam shows a closed cervix and a fetal heartbeat indicating that things might still be just fine. Threatened abortions can resolve and normal, healthy pregnancies result afterwards. Be seen by your OB for any further bleeding/pain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pregnant 8 weeks. Received an ultrasound order Icd-9 640.03 for threatened abortion. No bleeding no cramping nothing. Why would I get this code?
Severe cramps last for hrs at 4.5wks, high risk for clotting, elevated plt, on lovenox, (enoxaparin) hcg@148, p4@7. Ob worries abt threatened abortion due to clot-related implantation problem. What does it mean?
Norethisterone: It's not actually the presence of Primolut (norethisterone) that brings the period, but actually the removal of the medication. Your body gets used to having it for a few days and when it's gone, it signals the body to shed the uterine lining. Norethisterone is the same signal that your ovaries secrete when an egg is released and if no pregnancy occurs, that signal stops, also leading to a period. ...Read more
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While it: may be normal for you, it still should be checked out by your ob-gyn. ...Read more
Yes: You can get pregnant while taking Primolut N. It is not a contraceptive in this dose. ...Read more
Hi , is it normal to have slight periods like pain while using primolut-n 5mg twice a day or should I increase the dose?
I have DUB for 4yrs and I have started to take primolut now I have taken for five days, this is my nineth day of bleeding what is the cause?
I'm currently taking a medicine called 'primolut n'. The doctors who gave me was to help my pain in underneath my back. What is this medication?
I have just started Primolut for inter cycle bleeding. When i stop taking this medication will my cycle continue from cd19 or start again from cd1?
Depends: Most likely you will trigger a withdrawal bleed after stopping it. The first day of bleeding would then be considered day 1. This will vary depending on the dose, duration and your baseline hormonal function. The best thing to do is not worry about it and see what happens over the next month or so. ...Read more
I've had severe bleeding. My gynaecologist prescribed primolut, but the bleeding stopped before I could start taking the pills, do I still take them?
I would ask Provider: If you no longer need this treatment. Call the Provider and ask. ...Read more