What Are Fragile Pills For

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Amanda Says:
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Can I use fragile pill as morning after pill? And how do I take them?



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Dee Says:

What can I use for dark smelly urine

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Faith Says:
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I had a miscarriage on Saturday last week. So l am bleeding up to now. I wanted to ask if i take the fragile pills will the bleeding stop and will it clean my womb?

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wendy Says:
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Hey I had unprotected intercourse on sep 17th this month and I bought fragile. (There were 5 inside) I took them all at the same time. Now I'm not sure if they work. Please tell me what to do?

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Thato Says:
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Were fragile pills helpful in ur situation. I'm also in the same situation but I haven't bought the pills.

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David Says:

Based on the general consensus within this discussion I couldn't help but wonder if anyone here had meant to say Flagyl instead of "fragile"?

Flagyl (Metronidazole) is an antibiotic used to treat a variety of bacterial infections.

If you are prescribed this by your doctor, it is their responsibility to inform patients on proper dosing protocols. However you can also visit a local pharmacist for general adult dosing guidelines as well.

Please post back if you have any further details to add concerning the name of this medication.

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adele Says:
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hi,I had a miscarriage this month, and after 7days I went back to the hospital as prescribed and according to the scan they say I'm clean there is nothing left but I'm not now experiencing pain in my womb.


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ken Says:

i only get my periods once a year and i want to start a family with my husband,will fragile pills help me to get normal periods or get fertile?

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Ayanda Says:
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Can fragile pills be used as an oral contraceptive if you've had unprotected intercourse?

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Zealanda Says:
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I had a miscarriage last night so I wanted to know whether the fragile pills will help me because am feeling pains and losing appetite

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