no symptoms with progesterone

by tina

i am 9 weeks pregnant. already had two miscarriages. have one 8 year old son. this time doc advised me dubagest twice daily and hcg inj biweekly and i have been taking them since 5th week. i m not having any pregnancy symptoms and this is worrying me becoz i had nausea and heartburn in all my pregnancies.

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Feb 07, 2012
no symptoms with progesterone
by: Wray

Hi Tina You shouldn't have any 'pregnancy' symptoms, no woman should. They are caused by the rise in progesterone stimulating oestrogen. If the rise is insufficient, adverse symptoms will occur. We have more info about this on our Oestrogen Dominance page. Using the progesterone will prevent this occurring. But oral progesterone is the least effective Delivery system. Please consider opening the caps and adding the contents to a natural cream or oil, and rubbing it on your skin. You will get the full benefit of the progesterone by doing this. We do have a page on Pregnancy which gives more info. Take care Wray

Feb 11, 2012
no heartbeat at 9 weeks
by: tina

i m again here. went for ultrasound yesterday and the doc couldnt find a hb with abdominal ultrasound and tvs. i m 9w3d according to lmp. as i told u i am on progesterne and hcg injections biweekly. i have no spotting no cramping except in 5 th week. is progesterone delaying my miscarriage or i should wait ?

Feb 11, 2012
no heartbeat at 9 weeks
by: Wray

Hi Tina I'm sorry to hear this. It could be delaying it, I suggest you speak to your doctor. If you feel slightly depressed after the miscarriage, it could be due to dropping progesterone levels, so please watch for this, and continue with the progesterone. Take care Wray

Feb 17, 2012
Duphaston and hydroxyProgesterone corporate
by: Fas

During 7 weeks doctor prescribe duphaston and hydroxyprogestron corporate, after three day I lost my pregnancy symptoms, i am worried about my unborn baby. please suggest.

Feb 18, 2012
Duphaston and hydroxyProgesterone corporate
by: Wray

Hi there Both duphaston and 17 OHP caproate are synthetic, ie progesterone mimics. See here. I would always favour the use of progesterone. There is no evidence to date of any adverse side effects to the foetus while using progesterone during pregnancy, and it's more potent that 17-OHP-C, which also has safety concerns about it's use, see here and here. We do have a page on Pregnancy with more info. Take care Wray

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