Our expert says:
The cause of events and advice given by your gynaecologist is perfectly correct. In addition it may have been a very early pregnancy with a very early spontaneous miscarriage and this has in turn postponed the onset of your menses. It is unlikely even if you are still pregnant that the medication prescribed will cause any harm to your pregnancy or to your baby and therefore I would suggest that you just continue with the expert advice you are getting from your gynaecologist.
Answered by: Dr.M.I. Cassim
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