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Is it safe to use duphaston Loprin
An_244615 posted:
hi i'm 29 years old. and i've 3 yrs old daughter. she was born in nov 2008. after ths i again conceived in 2009 and had misscarige at 7-8 week. And it was diagnosed as Molar pregnancy by three radiolygist, but after my D&C it was found out to be a normal specimen not Molar after ths i had i year of Follow-up...and everythin just went normal. Then again in June 2011 i conceived, but again on 10 aug 2011 i had a D&C, due to severe bleeding.
Now i'm pregnant with 7 weeks, bcoz of previous miscarriages doctors have given me Duphaston 10mg (twice a day), Loprin 75mg and Folic acid. do u think its safe to have Duphaston & Loprin. i'm really worried plz help me
jminer333 responded:
If they were all perscribed by the same doc then it should be safe. You can always ask yoru pharmacist, they are supposed to double check to make sure all your meds work together.
FrenchBulldogMom responded:
Jminer is right. If you got both prescriptions from the same doctor, then he or she should have checked to see if they're ok to take together. I work as a pharmacy technician and I can tell you that if you fill both of your prescriptions from the same drugstore, the computer will automatically check for interactions. Checking with the doctor or pharmacist is a good idea. Good luck!

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