After your embryo implantation the placenta generally produces progesterone in normal amounts in supportive of her pregnancy. But in most of the cases the Gynecologists recommends that a woman should stop using progesterone between 8 to 12 weeks after IVF pregnancy. You can also consult your gynecologist, in case you want to stop taking progesterone early.
Progesterone is one of the vital hormones which improve the success rates of the IVF procedure. Once you have crossed first few months of pregnancy, you can consult your gynecologist and stop taking progesterone tablets or medications. During my pregnancy, I made sure that I take these medications only as per my gynecologist's advice.
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