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Hello, My wife (32 yrs) missed her period for 7 days and she is pregnant (confirmed by HPT). We married for 1 yr. After marriage we tried to get pregnant and after two months she become pregnant. But it was a misscarriage, and only 4-5 weeks growth, also no hearbeat. How ever doctors said that she do not have any infertility problems. Then doctor asked us to wait for another 6 months and try to conveive. Again after two months of trying she is now pregnant, and missed her period for six days. For the past 6 months she is taking biopreg-F, one tablet each day. And ovasafe for three months..
Now I want to know whether is it safe for her to continue Biopreg-F and ovasafe till we meet doctor? We plan to meet doctor after 20 days of missing her period.
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replied June 28th, 2015
Welcome to e health forum.

The 2 pills Biopreg-F & Ovasafe are vitamin and mineral supplements to improve your chances to have a healthy pregnancy. They are not medications that will harm the pregnancy.

You need not worry and you can definitely continue them during pregnancy as well.

I hope this helps.
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replied July 12th, 2015
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Congratulations........she also might need other vitamins....I would avoid sex to keep this baby safe until she sees the MD.
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