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What Are Those Medicines Which Is Not Able For Pregnant Woman Within 2-3 Mnths? To Avoid Miscarriage.

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what are those medicines which is not able for pregnant woman within 2-3 months? to avoid miscarriage.

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I had a cough and cold so I drunk neozep. I'm 4 weeks pregnant. Is it safe for the baby ?

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