Safe Booster Dosage For Pregnant Women?
Good afternoon, I want to ask, I was 23rd check to the doctor and given a prescription for 2 weeks, ultrogestan 200 mg 1x1Promavit 1x1Cal 95 1x1Tp before the drug ran out, I returned to the doctor because of bleeding, on 27 I returned to the doctor, then given a prescription, Ultrogestan 200 mg 2×1 14 pcs (dosage added) … but I didn’t buy it right away because of the ultrogestant drug that was on my 23rd date (my obstetrician didn’t know that I still had an ultrogestant drug), and I drank according to a 1×1 (200mg) recipe … I don’t understand the prescription, right … today the first ultrogestant prescription drug has expired … and then I redeemed the prescription ultrogestant drug 27 (2×1 200 mg) … . what I want to ask, is it okay if I take more dosage of medicine … Because in my opinion it is more dosage … For vitamin promavit and cal 95 … may not be taken without a doctor’s prescription)
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A history of taking Utrogestan (not Ultrogestant) medication and a history of bleeding during pregnancy (gestational age?) Indicates a risk of miscarriage especially if you have a history of previous miscarriages. However, not all bleeding in pregnancy provides certainty of a miscarriage, so prevention and initial evaluation during pregnancy and bleeding must be done. This drug contains active ingredients micronized progesterone which can provide benefits to help maintain pregnancy and prevent miscarriage in pregnant women, especially with a history of previous miscarriages. The dosage of recontamination can be given 200 mg once a day to 200 mg twice a day. Besides being related to preventing miscarriage, this drug is also indicated for hormone slih, premenopausal bleeding, or for cases of amenorrhea or menstrual disorders. Therefore, it is important to know for sure and discuss directly with your obstetrician, regarding the administration of this drug for you, so that you get appropriate information from your doctor, because your doctor better understands your current clinical condition related to your pregnancy.
If your doctor provides treatment in the form of utrogestants, vitamins and calcium, then you should continue your doctor's plan. Even if your doctor currently prescribes 200 mg of utrogestants twice a day, this is likely given in relation to the increasing number of bleeding complaints you are experiencing, or the amount of bleeding you are experiencing. Under these conditions, the doctor plans to increase the dose to help prevent bleeding and unexpected risks. At the same time your doctor will ensure that your current pregnancy condition is still in good condition and provide oversight of risks that aggravate your complaints such as making recommendations so that you do not get tired, do not sleep late, in order to maintain stamina and endurance, and avoid stress .
The doctor can also consider possible other causes of bleeding during pregnancy by carrying out further examinations (ultrasound or blood tests) such as blood clotting disorders, low lying placenta, tear of the birth canal, or uterine strain. Thus, all things come to your doctor's attention during this evaluation and treatment.
Therefore, in order to get a good evaluation and know the treatment process by the doctor, you should continue the treatment and treatment that has been planned by the doctor. This will provide benefits for you and your life. However, if you are doubtful and worried about the treatment given, you can ask your doctor directly, so that you get an explanation and do not hesitate anymore.
However, if you are still unsure of your doctor's treatment and treatment at this time, you can ask for a second opinion from another obstetrician regarding your complaint. And for now, you will continue your doctor's treatment plan until you meet your obstetrician or other obstetrician.
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